New National Youth Trends Survey

Beatfreeks launches a new survey to gather information from Gen Z and their feelings about the easing lockdown restrictions. 

New National Youth Trends Survey

Beatfreeks has just launched a new National Youth Trends survey, which will be collecting data on how UK Gen Zs feel about the easing of restrictions and the future post-covid. 

Following their report Take the Temperature – which collected information from nearly 2,000 Gen Zs right across the UK – Beatfreeks are looking to speak to 16 - 25s about how they are feeling as covid restrictions begin to lift across the country. 

Fill out this short survey to let them know what you think. The insights will then be shared with businesses, organisations and the government, so that young people’s needs will be taken into account when organisations are designing products and services as we move on from covid. 

Young people have been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, and this is an easy way to start making sure that they get the best from coming out of it.

Header Image Credit: Beat Freeks Youth Trends


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Saskia is the Deputy Editor of Voice and has worked on campaigns such as International Women’s Day, Black History Month, and Anti-Bullying Week. Outside of Voice, Saskia is a published author (Hairvolution) and has guest featured in various other publications (The Women Writers’ Handbook/ Cosmopolitan/ The Highlight). She has a BA in Creative Writing and Journalism and an MA in Publishing. She is a mentor for Women of the World Global, has guest lectured at the University of Roehampton and has led seminars/panel talks on Race, Equality and Diversity. She was a 2022 Guest Judge for Dave (TV Channel) in search of the 'Joke of the Fringe'. She is 27-years-old, based in London, and loves to cook and explore new places in her spare time.

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