Bedtime has become more of a struggle for half of American parents since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. That's according to a new survey of 5,000 American parents with children aged 3-18, which revealed 49% have faced additional difficulties getting their little ones in bed since last March. This might be a result of changing bedtime routines (60%) since the start of the pandemic. Forty-three percent said their child's bedtime routine has become less regular since the start of the pandemic, and 42% are less strict about enforcing bedtime since their kids aren't leaving the house for school. Commissioned by Zarbee's Naturals and conducted by OnePoll, the survey delved into the details of these bedtime battles — and revealed some interesting differences between states.