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Resource Library

We work to ensure that all young people have the power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant and have a child. We believe that one key to helping young people build that power is providing high-quality, accurate information about topics related to sexual health. Here, you will find a library of research including reports, fact sheets, and other resources.

Fact Sheet
Despite great progress, some policymakers want to end evidence-based programs to prevent teen pregnancy. Americans strongly disagree.
Fact Sheet
Most Americans say they know little or nothing about Zika, and of those who do, most know nothing about the virus’s ability to be transmitted sexually.
Fact Sheet
Despite the extraordinary national declines in teen pregnancy, the American public seems to recognize the challenges that remain and to support additional efforts.
Fact Sheet
Most adults agree that teens should have a trusted adult champion, mentor, or network to provide them with guidance on topics like sex, love, and birth control.
Fact Sheet
Nationally representative public opinion survey data show that support Title X, TPPP, and PREP is wide, deep, and bi-partisan.