46% of Spaniards under 45 years of age are looking forward to forming a family on a short temporary horizon, which represents an increase of 20 points with respect to last year (26%) when the pandemic of the Covid-19 "stopped In dry "this decision, according to the XI Barometer of the families in Spain of The Family Watch.
"The pandemic slowly slowed down all these future plans, we were more short-term outstanding, from leaving live on the day-to-day, which in the long term," said Gad3, Sara Morais Director, this Monday in Rueda. press
Although, the report reveals that among the priorities of children under 45 they are still, ahead of forming a family, thriving at work level or traveling and knowing other cultures.
Likewise, as the director of The Family Watch, María José Olesti has needed, the study highlights the "deep footprint" that has left in Spanish families the "physical and emotional wear" by the pandemic and has opted for " Enhance the role of the family in society. "Updated Date: 10 January 2022, 06:54