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Parental expectations on kids spending habits with regards to pocket money UK 2015

This statistic shows the distribution of parental expectations regarding what their children spent the pocket money on in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015. The majority of parents, 63 percent, expected their children to spend money allowance on sweets or chocolate. Further 49 percent expected DVDs and CDs to be bought by the pocket money.

Parental expectations regarding spending habits of pocket money by their children in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2015

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Source

Release date

December 2015

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

October and November 2015

Number of respondents

629 respondents

Special properties

parents of children aged 11 to 18

Supplementary notes

Pocket money was understood as "money that you give to your child(ren) on a regular basis as an allowance to save and spend for themselves".
Question read in full: "Which of the following do you expect your child(ren) to buy with their pocket money (i.e. that you wouldn’t buy for them separately)?"
Multiple answers were possible.

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