According to a recent study, 96 per cent of parents believe their kids are well-behaved:
Overall, only 4.2 percent of parents of boys said their sons were not well-behaved. For girls, 3 percent of parents felt that way.
That view changed slightly according to who was doing the talking. In two-parent homes, only 2.1 percent said their kids weren’t well-behaved. In single-parent families, that number rose to 5 percent.