A new survey finds life in the pandemic has brought considerable change to families. But some of that discomfort has been offset by positives, like a better relationship with their spouse.
As a whole, men tend think they are doing their fair share of chores around the home, but women aren’t entirely in agreement.
- 47% of Americans say the pandemic actually deepened their commitment to their relationship with their spouse, and only 9% disagree. And only 13% of those surveyed say the pandemic made them question the strength of their relationship.
- 88% of parents restricted their children’s in-person interactions to help keep them safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- 1 in 5 Americans (19%) say there has been some disagreement at home about social distancing and COVID-related guidelines.