Survey Reveals Adults See Children as Leaders in Kindness

Children as Role Models

New study reveals adults learn from kids' acts of kindness

(San Francisco, Ca) According to a survey released by Dignity Health (the parent company of the St. John’s Regional Medical Center), about 74 percent of people feel that adults could learn a lot about kindness by watching how children interact with the world. The survey of 1001 people revealed that half of respondents admit they were actively more kind to others when they were a child.


  1. Kids can be so cruel. I don’t think they are role models in kindness. I do think adults are sentimental about kids.

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