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Social Collapse

Results

Responses: 1880
Respondents: 114

Statements with the highest number of πŸ‘ or the highest number of πŸ‘Ž appear at the top (if everyone thinks πŸ‘Ž, that's consensus too)

I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of North Africa and the Middle East in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 78%πŸ‘Ž 4%🀷 18%
I don't care about social collapse at all
πŸ‘ 8%πŸ‘Ž 77%🀷 15%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of subsaharan Africa in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 74%πŸ‘Ž 9%🀷 17%
I am worried about a failure of political change as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 74%πŸ‘Ž 13%🀷 13%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of North America in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 74%πŸ‘Ž 7%🀷 19%
I wish to accelerate collapse
πŸ‘ 7%πŸ‘Ž 70%🀷 23%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of South American in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 68%πŸ‘Ž 0%🀷 32%
I think social collapse is above 5% likely in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 68%πŸ‘Ž 18%🀷 14%
My preparation for social collapse is adequate
πŸ‘ 14%πŸ‘Ž 65%🀷 21%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of Europe in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 65%πŸ‘Ž 15%🀷 21%
I believe that we as a society have the tools to avoid collapse
πŸ‘ 64%πŸ‘Ž 18%🀷 18%
I wish to prevent collapse
πŸ‘ 63%πŸ‘Ž 7%🀷 30%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect the UK in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 61%πŸ‘Ž 4%🀷 35%
I am worried about climate change as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 61%πŸ‘Ž 28%🀷 12%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of Russia in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 60%πŸ‘Ž 8%🀷 32%
I think that social collapse is likely to affect parts of East Asia in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 59%πŸ‘Ž 12%🀷 29%
I talk with my friends and loved ones about preparing for collapse
πŸ‘ 31%πŸ‘Ž 55%🀷 15%
The concept of β€œcollapse” is somewhat naive as it prioritizes the experience of a a demographic that believes β€œstability” is their right. (Most people in most societies have been going through various forms of collapse across the ages).
πŸ‘ 21%πŸ‘Ž 55%🀷 24%
Even if I am trying to prevent collapse now, I am likely to focus on my own individual survival in the event of a collapse
πŸ‘ 54%πŸ‘Ž 21%🀷 26%
I am worried about military escalation as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 54%πŸ‘Ž 26%🀷 20%
I am worried about pandemics as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 53%πŸ‘Ž 33%🀷 14%
I think social collapse is above 20% likely in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 50%πŸ‘Ž 25%🀷 25%
I am worried about AI risk as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 38%πŸ‘Ž 49%🀷 14%
I have difficulty convincing others around me of my level of belief in the prospect of social collapse
πŸ‘ 47%πŸ‘Ž 28%🀷 26%
My expectations of collapse are likely to play a role in major life decisions over the next 10 years
πŸ‘ 46%πŸ‘Ž 32%🀷 22%
I think social collapse is above 50% likely in the next 50 years
πŸ‘ 44%πŸ‘Ž 27%🀷 29%
I believe I am part of the section of society which will be largely shielded from the effects of any social collapse
πŸ‘ 43%πŸ‘Ž 43%🀷 15%
I am worried about rapid political change as a driver of collapse
πŸ‘ 42%πŸ‘Ž 38%🀷 20%
I believe the resources of my country should go to the citizens of my country in the event of a collapse
πŸ‘ 15%πŸ‘Ž 41%🀷 44%
People cannot comprehend social collapse in terms of tangibly doing something about it when they are culturally illiterate, and their job depends on them not understanding it.
πŸ‘ 38%πŸ‘Ž 28%🀷 34%
My political projects are coherent with avoiding social collapse
πŸ‘ 35%πŸ‘Ž 15%🀷 50%