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REGIONAL RESEARCH AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

• New research reveals 87% of parents feel they have been significantly less impacted by the lockdown than their friends.
• The pending return to school leaves nearly half of parents really concerned - with 17% admitting to being ‘very anxious’ as September approaches.
• A quarter of parents admit their children have anxieties about going about normal activities since the pandemic took hold.

London, UK. 21st August 2020

The lockdown has affected families in a variety of ways, with nobody impervious to the impact. New research however has identified a growing empathy between parents, as 87% of Brits consider themselves to have been impacted less than their friends during the lockdown. In fact, nearly half (49.8%) admit they are considerably luckier than their friends, according to a new poll.

The research of UK parents who have children currently in school identified a...

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