Family Demographics present original data from available federal government surveys.
Family Trendlines inform about nine sets of outcomes: population, reproduction, abortions, family structure, religious practice, educational attainment, income, crimes, and health.
This interactive online tool allows users to produce charts mapping the American family from 1940-2013 based on any combination of outcomes, including: georgraphic location (national or state), ethnicity, age group, sex, demographics, education, poverty, and/ or welfare.
This report presents choropleth maps for each of the 50 states (plus Washington, DC) showing the link between family demographics and various public policy outcomes.
This report illustrates marital status and childbearing demographics separately and jointly, and then through the filters of race/ ethnicity and educational attainment.
Mapping America uses federal surveys to graph individual behavior averages by family structure, frequency of religious practice, and the two combined.
This report presents the demographics of abortion in America for the years 2006 to 2010.
The Annual Report is designed to inform the reader about the American family in its current state, including its behaviors in the five major institutions (five major tasks) of society: family, church, school, marketplace, and government.
The annual Index of Family Belonging and Rejection gives an instant read on the social health of America by measuring the proportion of American children who have grown up in an intact married family.