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COVID-19: Insights & Feelings

Monitoring the emotions and general sentiment of the people across social media towards the Covid-19 epidemic, carried out by Expert System and Sociometrica. The map shows the emotions that derive from the semantic analysis of the texts in English published on social media in the last 24 hours. Of each published text, Expert System’s artificial intelligence technology extracts emotions, which are then analysed and interpreted by Sociometrica.

May 29
Covid-19 show Italy, USA and UK united on sadness, but for different reasons

May 26
Impoliteness surpasses fear as the top emotion on social

May 22
Fear is back, now for the economy

May 19
For the first time, negative feelings are not the majority

May 12
Polarized emotions as COVID-19 continues

May 8
Time of feelings polarization

May 5
Fear, sadness & shame are still dominant feelings

April 28
Fear is still the most widespread emotion

April 24
As COVID-19 continues, feelings of hope are increasing

April 22
Sadness replaces fear in emotions related to COVID-19

April 17
Anxiety is on the rise as the COVID-19 lockdown continues 

April 16, 2020
Fear and shame are increasing

April 15, 2020
Positive emotions begin to grow

April 14, 2020
Negative emotions spike as Covid-19 spread continues

April 10, 2020
Fear and impoliteness are increasing

April 9, 2020
USA/UK and Italy: Emotions follow similar pattern in early stages of Covid-19

April 8, 2020
Positive emotions on the rise

April 7, 2020
More courage, action and hope

April 6, 2020
Fear decreases, people invent new ways to express feelings

April 3, 2020
Fear grows in the wake of COVID-19

April 2, 2020
Sadness grows, but people have hope

April 1, 2020
Fear grows: people want answers

March 31, 2020
Fear dominates, but confidence in the treatments success