Tuesday, September 1, 2009


Hey readers:

Ok this is weird, using my blog for homework. I have a survey for homework I need 30 respondents so if you can answer the questions and email them back to me I would be eternally grateful...and hey you can count it towards helping me graduate in December!



Effectiveness of Abstinence Programs/Access to Birth Control Information Survey:

1.  What is your Gender?    Male/ Female

2.  What is your age? 18-24, 25-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-64, 65+

3.  With which political party do you identify? Republican, Democrat, Independent

4.  Indicate how religious you are: very religious, somewhat religious, not at all religious

5.   Do you think that programs to promote abstinence have been effective in preventing or reducing?:


Very Effective

Somewhat Effective

Not Very Effective

Not at All.






Unwanted Pregnancies





Extramarital Sex






6.       Based on what you know or have heard, compared to European countries like England, France and Germany, how would you compare Americans' access to birth control?

__ Americans have better access to birth control

__ Americans have worse access to birth control

__ Americans and Europeans access to birth control are about the same

__ Not sure

7.      Please indicate whether you tend to agree or disagree with the following statements:

                                  Tend to Agree   Tend to Disagree    Not Sure

People should have more access to information about birth control options.




Providing people with access to birth control is a good way to prevent abortions.




Access to birth control should not be limited by someone's ability to pay.




Abstinence is the best option for protecting teens from unwanted pregnancies.




The "morning after" pill should be easily available in all pharmacies.




Teens should be allowed access to birth control without their parents' knowledge.




If a pharmacist, for moral or religious reasons, prefers not to dispense birth control he or she should not be required to do so.




It's too easy to get birth control in the U.S.; tighter restrictions are needed as to how and when it is used.










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