2002 Polling Data

With One Voice 2002: America’s Adults and Teens Sound Off About Teen Pregnancy, Archived Resource

With One Voice 2002

Please note: This resource has been archived. Although still of value, data or information contained within this resource may no longer be the most currently available. This semi-annual, nationally-representative survey of adults and teens provides valuable insight into how adults and teens view a wide range of issues related to preventing teen pregnancy. We consider the With One Voice series to be a snapshot of what adults and teens think about teen pregnancy and related issues and to provide a more long-range view of how their attitudes are evolving. 

Publication date: December 2002

Author(s): Bill Albert

Suggested Citation(s): Albert, B. (2002). With One Voice 2002: America’s Adults and Teens Sound Off About Teen Pregnancy. Washington, DC: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy.

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