Phoenix-based research firm OH Predictive Insights surveyed 1,000 Arizona residents about what their primary concerns were on the coronavirus health crisis.
Nine out of 10 surveyed reported they were avoiding public gatherings and utilizing hand sanitizing in light of the pandemic.
According to the data, 87% of residents consider the economy to be the most concerning aspect of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Of those polled, 81% said they had canceled vacation travel. Next was the health perspective (79%), followed by public safety (78%).
Two out of three residents also believed the coronavirus pandemic would become worse in April.