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A survey conducted by Horizon ResearchConsultancy Group on the left-behind children in the countryside shows that 1/8of the left-behind children seldom see their parents all the year around, nearly20%（18.0%）seetheir parents once a year, about 40%（37.6%）2-3times a year, and those who can see their parents no more than three times ayear account for about 70%（67.1%）.
The symptom of40% of the left-behind children is mainly reflected by poor study and manicmood.
Thesentimental lack in the growth of children resulted from their parents’long-term absence becomes the incentive of children’s problems. A recent survey by Horizonshows that almost 40%（39.1%）of left-behindchildren have different problems, among which learning problem (poorperformance in study: 14.4%；playingtruant：11.4%）and mood problemsuch as manic mood（16.0%）are mostoutstanding. In addition, 12.8% often cry because of missing their parents,which is an outstanding problem of sentimental lack.
Pictures:Different problems of the left-behind children
Data source: Survey of resident’slife in the first issue of Spring in April 2012 by Horizon Research andConsultancy Group.
Inaddition, Horizon’s survey also shows: if they work outside their hometown, thetransient workers prefer taking the children with them (47.2%) to leaving themin the hometown (36.7%).However, the fact is on the contrary, as someinformation shows that children who go with their parents only account for 20%.It seems that we should not only startfrom the countryside but focus on cities to solve the problems of theleft-behind children!
Technical note: The survey adoptsmulti-stage random sampling, interviewing at family 1696 permanent ruralresidents above 18 years old in the neighborhood of 12 towns in Shaowu, Nanpingof Fujian Province and Dashiqiao, Yingkou of Liaoning Province in April 2012.The data results have been weighted according to the actual size of thepopulation. At the 95% confidence level, the sampling error is ± 1.13%.