American Family Survey 2022

The 2021 American Family Survey Report is a nationwide study by the Deseret News. In 2021 we covered family life during the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full survey report.

A reimagining of the workplace should include a 4-day work week, paid family leave and a workday that parallels school hours
The national survey asked 3,000 U.S. adults to share their views on the cultural, family structure and economic problems that confront families.
The eighth annual survey finds American divided politically, but loving their own families in similar ways.
Americans remain divided on issues they want Congress to address, but a ‘broad middle’ remains.
Inflation and how other people discipline their kids are big concerns in a national survey.
From book bans, teaching about race and debates over the use of preferred personal pronouns, educators are on the front lines of cultural flashpoints.
New findings show that most Americans hold nuanced views on abortion that could help states craft policy
Only 40% of Americans say they are better off than their parents were at a similar age