The next US President will confront impacts far broader than COVID-19 infection alone in trying to deal with the pandemic. Neither candidate provided much detail about their response to the mental health consequences of the disease and efforts to contain it. In line with our May results, our survey indicates that the next administration will lead a country where unprecedented numbers of younger individuals are experiencing depression, anxiety, and, for some, thoughts of suicide. These symptoms are not concentrated among any particular subgroup or region in our survey; they are elevated in every group we examined. Our survey results also strongly suggest that those with direct economic and property losses resulting from COVID-19 appear to be at particular risk, so strategies focusing on these individuals may be critical.