A lot of younger people had to move back in with their parents during the pandemic. And a new poll found TWO-THIRDS of them are still there.
The survey found 80% of parents with kids under 35 said they'd definitely let them move back in if they needed to. But they might have a few ground rules.
10% of parents said they wouldn't have ANY.
But here are six rules or conditions for moving back in, and how many parents say they'd enforce them . . .
1. They'd have to help with cooking and cleaning. 58% would enforce that one.
2. Help pay for groceries and other household bills, 56%.
3. They'd have to have a job or get one, 53%.
4. Pay rent. Only 27% would charge their kids rent.
5. Have a set timeframe for when they'll move out, 11%.
6. Have a curfew, 10%.