2015 Polling Data
Survey Says: April 2015: Hide the Birth Control
The National Campaign has been commissioning public opinion surveys for two decades. One of the most consistent findings over the past 20 years has centered on the power of parents. In survey after survey, teens say parents most influence their decisions about sex. Not peer, not partners, not popular culture. The results presented here suggest that teens are a bit less sanguine when it comes to parents and birth control.
Publication date: April 2015
Suggested Citation(s): The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. (2015). Hide the Birth Control. Washington, DC: Author.