May 1, 2024 | In the News

Girl Scouts of the USA Survey Findings Show Majority of American Girls Feel Lonely

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Loneliness among young girls can affect multiple areas of their lives, including their sense of confidence. A custom PR survey from Girls Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) and Wakefield Research reveals that nearly 2 in 3 girls ages 5 to 7 experience loneliness (64%), but 86% believe in their ability to tackle life’s challenges. Unfortunately, loneliness is even more common among girls ages 11 to 13 (73%) — and their belief in their ability to tackle life’s challenges wanes. The findings have prompted GSUSA to warn that social isolation and anxiety will continue to take their toll unless we act. Read more here in The Hill.

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