Washington D.C. – Non-profit research organization Sapien Labs has released its Mental State of the World Report 2022, the largest global survey and database of comprehensive mental health and wellbeing profiles in the world. Drawing on insights from 407,959 respondents across 64 countries in 2022, the MSW report describes global trends across the past three years to provide a view of how the mental wellbeing of the world fared in 2022 relative to the pandemic years. Additionally, this year’s report focused on global trends in the state of family relationships and friendships and their impact on mental wellbeing, particularly with respect to young adults.
The Mental State of the World Report utilizes the Mental Health Quotient (MHQ), an open online anonymous survey that takes 15 minutes to complete and returns overall wellbeing scores on a positive-negative scale. Respondents span a wide range of demographic groups in the Core Anglosphere, Continental Europe, Latin America, West and North Africa with translations in English, Spanish, French, Arabic, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), German, Swahili and Hindi.
Click here to read the report.