The American Family Survey is a new, nationwide poll from the Deseret News and the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy. It studies how Americans think about marriage and parenting, their family lives, and their opinions about the most important issues affecting families today.
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News about the survey from around the web
America Magazine: Poll-pourri: On Trust in Government, Free Speech and the American Family
Brookings: My marriage? Great! Yours? Not so much.
Catholic News Service: Upon parenthood, people's political views grow more similar, study finds
The Economist: Demand, meet supply
New York Post: Why parents are scared to let their kids grow up
Wall Street Journal: Americans Support Marriage — but Split Over What the Institution Means
Washington Post: For millennials, first comes love — then what?