FamilyFacts.org provides data on family and religious practice and analysis of their role in maintaining civil society in America. Charts, Briefs, Reports, and Videos are organized in eight major topics, from Marriage & Family to Economic Well-Being to Community Involvement. User-friendly charts provide a quick reference for some of the most important data trends in America today. Two- to three-page Briefs offer analysis of these data. Reports and related Heritage research provide more extensive analysis on a specific topic, such as the relationship between family structure and teen sexual behavior.
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Our 60-second “Family Facts” short feature explores topics like marriage and family, religious practice, health, education, and more. Airing Monday through Friday, we provide content all year long on the issues that matter most. Give your listeners the facts—the Family Facts from the experts at The Heritage Foundation.
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