National Fertility Survey, 1965
Principal Investigator(s): Westoff, Charles F.; Ryder, Norman B.
Summary: The 1965 National Fertility Survey was the first of three surveys that succeeded the Growth of American Families surveys (1955 and 1960) aimed at examining marital fertility and family planning in the United States. Currently married women were queried on the following main topics: residence history, marital history, education, income and employment, family background, religiosity, attitudes toward contraception and sterilization, birth control pill use and other methods of contraception, fecund... (view full summary)
Persistent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.3886/ICPSR20002.v1
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