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  • Family Intactness: Influence on Major State Social Policy Outcomes

    by Pat Fagan, Henry Potrykus and Anna Shafer

    July 11, 2012: Family brokenness is now common across the United States. Only 46 percent of American children reach the age of 17 with both their parents married to one another.1 The implications for America of the weakness of the American family are myriad and profound, as we demonstrate across states below.

  • Mapping America 115- Marijuana Use

    by Pat Fagan

    May 03, 2012: The 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Child and Young Adult Survey shows that adults who have had no extramarital sexual partners in the survey year and currently worship at least weekly are less likely to use marijuana.

  • Mapping America 114: Completed Some College

    by Pat Fagan

    May 03, 2012: The 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Child and Young Adult Survey shows that adults who have had no extramarital sexual partners in the survey year and currently worship at least weekly are more likely to complete college.

  • Mapping America 111: Ever Run away

    by Pat Fagan

    September 27, 2011: The 1997 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth shows that youth under age 17 who grew up in an always-married family and currently worship at least weekly have lower rates of running away than other youth.

  • Mapping America 110: Peabody Individual Test (Math) Percentile Score Norms

    by Pat Fagan

    September 27, 2011: The 1997 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth shows that students who grew up in an intact married family and currently worship at least weekly have higher math scores on the Peabody Individual Achievement Test, an academic aptitude test administered to students in grades K-12.

  • Mapping America 109:Grade Point Average

    by Pat Fagan

    September 27, 2011: The 1997 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth shows that students who grew up in an intact married family and currently worship at least weekly have higher GPAs (grade point averages) than other students.

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