Summer Camp?

Jassby utilized a series of direct response questions delivered to a carefully selected audience of 500 respondents in order to understand the sentiments and behaviors of parents with regards to their feelings on Summer camp, virtual summer camp, and their summer plans. The goal of this research was to better understand a range of views occurring in real-time across the United States. The Survey was conducted nationally for parents aged 25 and up.

Key Stat: 95% of parents had concerns about health for their children’s summer camp experiences, and 67% of these parent’s  had  health concerns strong enough to be their core reason to keep kids away from offline camp. 

Key Stats: 71% of parents have changed or canceled their family’s summer plans, while 39% still do not know what to do for this summer.

Key Stats: 90% of parents believed a virtual summer would be in some way a  successful experience for their children with 40% ranking it as “Highly successful”. 

Key Stats: 50% of parents believed that “hobby focused” online camp experiences would be of high interest to their children compared to sports ( 33%)  or academic (27%) 

Key Stats: 50% of parents believed that “hobby focused” online camp experiences would be of high interest to their children compared to sports ( 33%)  or academic (27%)

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