Examines residents' perceptions of the potential effects of California's population growth, and attitudes toward access to contraception as an important factor in reducing unplanned pregnancy rates and the effectiveness of sex education in schools.
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Title: PPIC Statewide Survey: Special Survey on Population
Publication date 2005-12-01
Publication Year 2005
Public Policy Institute of California
North America / United States (Western) / California
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