Low self confidence and self esteem is something that many of us have struggled with at some point in our lives. Having little self belief and not feeling confident in our abilities or appearance can have a huge impact on the way we live our lives, with some studies suggesting that those with low self confidence are much more likely to experience anxiety, depression and even suicidal thoughts.
Here at Gee Hair, we strive to help people feel happier with their appearance on the outside, but more importantly, to also feel more confident and comfortable on the inside too. Whether you’re a man or a woman, older or younger, you deserve to feel good about yourself and recognise your self worth.
We’re really passionate about this issue, which is why we conducted the following research to find out how confident people feel right now in the UK.
To do this, we surveyed 2,000 UK adults in February 2021 using the research company Censuswide. Our key findings revealed that:
More often than not, men find it difficult to talk about their mental health, with various campaigns being run over the last few years to help encourage men to come forward and seek help when they’re struggling.
To find out a bit more about how men in the UK are feeling in 2021, we asked them to select the statements they agree with most from the above options.
The answers revealed that:
In this section we take a look at womens’ responses to our survey, to find out a little more about the self confidence of women in 2021.
The key findings were as follows:
So now we know how confidence levels differ between men and women in 2021. But how does our age influence the way we feel about ourselves?
Our study revealed that:
To obtain this data, we surveyed 2,000 UK adults using Censuswide. The raw data we collected can be found here.
We hope these self confidence statistics have been useful in shedding some light on how people in the UK feel about themselves in 2021. If you’re ever feeling down, we want you to know that you’re not alone and things will get better.
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