AUSTIN, Texas - A new survey shows that one out of three Texans admit that they will miss the changes that have occurred during the COVID-19 lockdown.
According to a new survey done by EverydayCarry.com, 4,500 Americans were surveyed to understand how they felt about life on lockdown. The survey shows that 36% of Texas residents will miss some aspects of the lockdown.
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The survey revealed:
- A third say the lockdown has brought about a greater community spirit.
- Almost half appreciated spending more time with their families.
- 27% say they have upskilled during the lockdown.
- 9% have been grateful for the decrease in pollution.
- 6% glad to get on with some home improvements.
- 3% enjoying more sleep.
The survey also shows that over 27% of participants believe they have become more self-sufficient since the lockdown, "doing things they’ve never done before such as growing their own fruit and vegetables, baking bread and learning DIY," EveryDayCarry.com wrote.
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