In a rent-out period (return to work/education), only 4.9% of the Portuguese believe that the distance will be fulfilled in schools.
34.5% would like telework to become part of their professional activity. Most Portuguese say they have changed their holidays due to the Covid-19 pandemic. These are the conclusions of a new joint study by multidados.com – the research agency and Guess What.
According to the conclusions of the study, 22.0% of Portuguese do not agree with the students’ return to classes and only 3.9% indicate that they will not send their children to school during the month of September.
When asked about the likelihood of classes being taught in person and without interruption until the end of the school year, there is a significant optimism of the Portuguese, given the average value 6.8 (on a scale of 0 to 10).
However, if classes are interrupted, 42.8% of Portuguese assume that they feel unprepared to return to have their children at home.
Only 4.9% believe that the recommended distance of 1.5 / 2 meters will be met in schools, a measure with which 20.7% agree. Even less (12.9%) are those who support the fact that each group should be restricted to one area of the school.