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Marital Status and Civic Engagment

November 30th, 2007
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by Roberto D. Munster graph

December 2007

Using data from the 2006 Civic and Political Health of the Nation survey and the Current Population Survey, this fact sheet explores marriage rates among young people, ages 15-25, and the civic engagement of young people based on marital status.

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7 Responses to “Marital Status and Civic Engagment”

  1. Efrain Says:

    I am not very strong in logic and making some summaries, the one thing that I can say surely that the level is going down, but its positive benefits or negative consequences remain shady for me. Maybe some references will help me in its comprehending.

  2. Quentin Says:

    It is simply to explain. The modern generation is more prudent and it understands that to create a happy family, they must create all the conditions.

  3. Jordon Says:

    I guess this scale is rather reasonable one. The time imposes the behavior, and the youth are the most sensitive to its influence. Quentin, thanks for learning the basics.

  4. Photoshop Says:

    Thank you for this information. You have done a great job. So many figures, everything is so exactly. Now we can see all demografic picture of the alection.Thank you for highlighting this. Keep up your work.

  5. Texas Medical Transcription Says:

    I believe high marriage rates are the effect, not the cause, of their better health.

  6. dinamic soft Says:

    nowadays the marriage is just a obligation

  7. Modern Ceiling Fans Says:

    Marital status & civic engagement is how co-related is shown by the graph,thanks for this analysis.