Common Sense Media|SurveyMonkey poll: Coronavirus and teenagers

Last updated: 08-29-2020

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Common Sense Media|SurveyMonkey poll: Coronavirus and teenagers

Question text: How closely are you following news about the coronavirus? How worried are you that you or someone in your family will be exposed to the coronavirus? How worried are you about the effect the coronavirus may have on your family’s ability to make a living or earn money? To what degree is your household practicing “social distancing”? Social distancing refers to household members staying home as much as possible to avoid possible spread of the virus. Which, if any, are you using to stay connected with family/friends who you no longer see in person due to the coronavirus? (Select all that apply.) How often are you connecting with family/friends who are outside your home? Have you done any of the following in response to the coronavirus? (Select all that apply.) How connected would you say you feel to your friends right now? How connected would you say you feel to your family right now? How lonely would you say you feel right now? Which of the following best characterizes the type of school you attend? Have in-person classes at your school been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak? Is schoolwork still being assigned while you are at home? How worried are you about not being able to keep up with your schoolwork while in-person school activities are canceled? How worried are you about not being able to keep up with your extracurricular activities (e.g. athletics, student groups) while in-person school activities are canceled? How often are you connecting with your teachers while in-person school activities are cancelled? Do you have a dedicated space where you can do your schoolwork at home? Have you attended an online class or virtual class while in-person school activities have been canceled? Are you using any of the following to stay connected to school while in-person activities are canceled? (Select all that apply.) My knowledge of the coronavirus is primarily informed by: *teenagers


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