Children want adults to show each other more respect, with four out of 10 (41%) seeing grown-ups bullying each other in the past six months, a survey says.
Research among 1,001 children aged 11 to 16 by the Anti-Bullying Alliance suggests worrying numbers of children see adults setting a bad example.
Children in that age group highlighted adults who behaved poorly to each other face-to-face, online or in the media.
Some 97% said they would like to see more respect shown between grown-ups.
The survey is published ahead of the annual charity push against bullying, Anti-Bullying Week, which begins on Monday, November 12.
It comes after many reports of a bullying culture in numerous high-profile workplaces in England, including the Palace of Westminster