Young Republicans and Birth Control (March 2015): Survey Says

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Young Republicans and Birth Control (March 2015): Survey Says

Survey Says: March 2015: Young Republicans and Birth Control

This Survey Says reflects what young Republicans (age 18-34) think about birth control. The results presented here are just a few highlights from a new report, Young Republicans, Birth Control, and Public Policy authored by Kristen Soltis Anderon, one of the nation’s leading Republican researchers on voter attitudes about policy, and a co-founder of Echelon Insights, an opinion research, data analytics, and digital intelligence agency.

Suggested Citation(s)

Power to Decide (formerly The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy). (2015). Young Republicans and Birth Control. Washington, DC: Author.

March 2015

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