Demographics of US Public Judging Family Trends


by Kaitlin Senk on Jun 24, 2013 | Views: 10 | Score: 0
Accept trends (believe they make no difference to society)Skeptical of trends (tolerant but are concerned about the impact of these trends on society)Reject trends (believe most trends are bad for society)
Total Public Surveyed313732
Men263934
Women363529
White303535
Black274528
Hispanic424217
18-29394616
30-49333631
50-64303635
65+193447
Republican163054
Democrat394417
Independent323831
% in each group that either accept/reject or are skeptical of trends
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Kaitlin Senk
Kaitlin Senk on Jun 24, 2013 2:18 PM said:

Women, Hispanics and young Americans tend to be more accepting of current family trends like children out of wedlock, gay and lesbian parenthood, single mother households, couples living together unmarried, mothers working outside home, interracial marriage and women not having children. White, older, male Republicans tend to reject these trends