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The 2022 Panadol Care Study

Panadol has been trusted to care for Australians for over 60 years, so we’re no strangers to how Australians’ care for one another – it’s at the heart of what we do.

About the report 

Following the events of the past two years, we surveyed 3,000 Australians to gain a deeper understanding of what care means to them and the role that our community plays in caring for one another.

This is what we uncovered.

Australian communities are built upon care and they rally together in times of need

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88%

of Aussies rally together in times of need.

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83%

state that Australian communities are built upon care.

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85%

of Aussies would not hesitate to jump in and help if their community was greatly impacted.

The global pandemic has seen a resurgence of Australians seeking connection via their community

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While 75% of Australians are feeling they are becoming more distant and disconnected to their community

The pandemic has caused many Australians to reprioritise the importance of care in their life. 

73% say that the events of the past year has made them want to care more for others.

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The majority of Australians are offering support and care for their community and those in need 

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81%

identified that caring for their community is important to them.

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80%

proactively offer support to those in need.

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71%

provide support to their community.

The majority of Australians are offering support and care for their community and those in need 

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83% have donated to charity

46% are shopping from local businesses more than usual

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41% are sending more gifts to family and friends

Australia’s hardest hit generation emerge from the pandemic as the most care conscious

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49%

of Gen Z feel a need for community support  

(Higher compared to other generations: 45% Millennial, 36% Gen X, 18% Boomers)

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60%

Gen Z had the highest feelings of isolation during the pandemic

(60% Gen Z , 55% Millennial, 49% Gen X, 33% Boomers)

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78%

of Gen Z believe the past year has made them want to care more for others, above the average 73%

See the full report

You can review the full 2022 Panadol Care Study report by clicking the link below.

See the full report

 

The 2022 Panadol Care Study Report

Nomination now open

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To nominate yourself or someone you know that goes above and beyond to care for their community, click the link below. 

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