To Kill a Mockingbird

From whose point of view is the story being told from? How will this affect the information readers receive?

Hello everyone I do not feel like reading or listening to kill a mocking bird so I would like some help with this question. This is from chapter 1 btw

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The point of view is first person reflective. Scout's views are generated as an adult looking back into the past. She speaks in the voice of a child, which gives the story a sense of nostalgia as well as Scout's precocious personality.