2001 Polling Data

Faithful Nation: What American Adults and Teens Think About Faith, Morals, Religion, and Teen Pregnancy

Faithful Nation

In an effort to gauge the nation’s views about faith institutions, morals, and values, and the role they should play in helping prevent teen pregnancy, The National Campaign conducted surveys of both adults (age 18 and over) and teens (age 12-17). 

Publication date: September 2001

Suggested Citation(s): The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. (2001). Faithful Nation: What American Adults and Teens Think About Faith, Morals, Religion, and Teen Pregnancy. Washington, DC: Author. 

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