A Whopping 100,000 People Have Already Taken Kate Middleton’s Survey on Childhood Development—and She’s Thrilled

After only a week, Kate Middleton’s new initiative has already hit a major milestone.

On Wednesday, the mother of three made a surprise visit to LEYF—the London Early Years Foundation—Stockwell Gardens Nursery and Pre-school in support of her survey 5 Big Questions on the Under Fives, which was launched last Tuesday.

Per a post from Kensington Palace, Kate met with staff at the preschool to discuss the U.K.-wide project, which aims to spark conversation on early childhood, asking everyone to weigh in on raising the next generation. While there, she even helped serve breakfast to the kids.

During the event, Middleton spoke about the survey’s success. “I’m so happy that over 100,000 people from all across the U.K. have already completed it, and I can’t wait to see the results,” said the duchess, according to People.

The survey is active for a month, and experts from Ipsos Mori will then use the data to formulate a report. The findings are expected to help guide Middleton in her public work in the area for many years ahead.

The survey questions include:

  • What do you believe is most important for children growing up in the UK today to live a happy adult life?
  • How much do you agree or disagree with this statement: The mental health and wellbeing of parents and carers has a great impact on the development of their child(ren)?
  • Which period of a child and a young person’s life do you think is the most important for health and happiness in adulthood?

100,000 people in under a week? That’s pretty impressive.