HEALTH
Teen Pregnancy
8 questions polled on this topic
22% response rate
805 responded out of 3,653 polled
Oct 26. 2018
Want to participate
Oct 26. 2018
What's the #1 cause of teen pregnancy?
Oct 26. 2018
What's the #1 cause of teen pregnancy? – U-Reporter feedback
Oct 26. 2018
What would you do if you/your partner became pregnant?
Oct 26. 2018
What would you do if you/your partner became pregnant? – U-Reporter feedback
Oct 26. 2018
Were you taught about pregnancy prevention at school?
Oct 26. 2018
Who are you most likely to ask for pregnancy info?
Oct 26. 2018
What must be done to reduce teen pregnancy? – U-Reporter feedback

POLL RESULTS

OCT 26. 2018
Want to participate
805 responded out of 3,653 polled
Female
96%
Yes
 
Yes
4%
No
 
No

Male
89%
Yes
 
Yes
11%
No
 
No
0-14
80%
yes
 
yes
20%
no
 
no

15-19
94%
yes
 
yes
6%
no
 
no

20-24
96%
yes
 
yes
4%
no
 
no

25-30
93%
yes
 
yes
7%
no
 
no

31-34
80%
yes
 
yes
20%
no
 
no

35+
75%
yes
 
yes
25%
no
 
no
93%
Yes
 
Yes
7%
No
 
No
OCT 26. 2018
What's the #1 cause of teen pregnancy?
695 responded out of 752 polled
Female
19%
Lack of info
 
Lack of info
14%
Lack of access to contraceptives
 
Lack of access to contraceptives
42%
Pressure to have sex
 
Pressure to have sex
25%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)

Male
20%
Lack of info
 
Lack of info
11%
Lack of access to contraceptives
 
Lack of access to contraceptives
53%
Pressure to have sex
 
Pressure to have sex
17%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)
0-14
17%
lack of info
 
lack of info
17%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
50%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
17%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

15-19
17%
lack of info
 
lack of info
18%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
44%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
21%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

20-24
21%
lack of info
 
lack of info
10%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
43%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
26%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

25-30
22%
lack of info
 
lack of info
10%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
44%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
24%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

31-34
25%
lack of info
 
lack of info
25%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
50%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
0%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

35+
0%
lack of info
 
lack of info
50%
lack of access to contraceptives
 
lack of access to contraceptives
0%
pressure to have sex
 
pressure to have sex
50%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)
20%
Lack of info
 
Lack of info
13%
Lack of access to contraceptives
 
Lack of access to contraceptives
44%
Pressure to have sex
 
Pressure to have sex
23%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)
OCT 26. 2018
What's the #1 cause of teen pregnancy? – U-Reporter feedback
158 responded out of 162 polled
lack
sex
parents
love
pregnancy
girls
just
get
can
don
think
want
also
teen
age
home
teenage
teens
young
cause
children
need
pregnant
pressure
go
one
family
guidance
information
parenting
proper
things
believe
care
child
even
know
school
self
sometimes
high
like
money
peer
poverty
sexual
someone
support
teenagers
curiosity
OCT 26. 2018
What would you do if you/your partner became pregnant?
674 responded out of 692 polled
Female
74%
Have baby
 
Have baby
15%
Seek abortion
 
Seek abortion
11%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)

Male
81%
Have baby
 
Have baby
10%
Seek abortion
 
Seek abortion
9%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)
0-14
0%
have baby
 
have baby
50%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
50%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

15-19
78%
have baby
 
have baby
14%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
8%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

20-24
73%
have baby
 
have baby
13%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
13%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

25-30
83%
have baby
 
have baby
7%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
10%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

31-34
75%
have baby
 
have baby
0%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
25%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)

35+
100%
have baby
 
have baby
0%
seek abortion
 
seek abortion
0%
other (please tell us)
 
other (please tell us)
76%
Have baby
 
Have baby
14%
Seek abortion
 
Seek abortion
10%
Other (please tell us)
 
Other (please tell us)
OCT 26. 2018
What would you do if you/your partner became pregnant? – U-Reporter feedback
66 responded out of 70 polled
child
abortion
seek
baby
adoption
depends
pregnant
can
consider
don
even
partner
care
get
give
help
however
know
may
option
parents
pregnancy
abort
advice
based
best
counseling
decision
friend
go
got
honest
keep
life
like
love
made
now
position
prepare
probably
put
ready
really
self
still
sure
take
talk
two
OCT 26. 2018
Were you taught about pregnancy prevention at school?
661 responded out of 670 polled
Female
79%
Yes
 
Yes
13%
No
 
No
8%
Don't remember
 
Don't remember

Male
68%
Yes
 
Yes
25%
No
 
No
7%
Don't remember
 
Don't remember
0-14
67%
yes
 
yes
17%
no
 
no
17%
don't remember
 
don't remember

15-19
80%
yes
 
yes
15%
no
 
no
5%
don't remember
 
don't remember

20-24
79%
yes
 
yes
14%
no
 
no
8%
don't remember
 
don't remember

25-30
69%
yes
 
yes
22%
no
 
no
9%
don't remember
 
don't remember

31-34
75%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no
25%
don't remember
 
don't remember

35+
50%
yes
 
yes
0%
no
 
no
50%
don't remember
 
don't remember
76%
Yes
 
Yes
16%
No
 
No
7%
Don't remember
 
Don't remember
OCT 26. 2018
Who are you most likely to ask for pregnancy info?
611 responded out of 661 polled
Female
23%
Parents
 
Parents
16%
Friends
 
Friends
49%
Healthcare worker
 
Healthcare worker
12%
Internet/social media
 
Internet/social media

Male
27%
Parents
 
Parents
12%
Friends
 
Friends
50%
Healthcare worker
 
Healthcare worker
12%
Internet/social media
 
Internet/social media
0-14
67%
parents
 
parents
0%
friends
 
friends
17%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
17%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media

15-19
24%
parents
 
parents
16%
friends
 
friends
50%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
10%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media

20-24
23%
parents
 
parents
11%
friends
 
friends
49%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
17%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media

25-30
26%
parents
 
parents
17%
friends
 
friends
47%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
11%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media

31-34
0%
parents
 
parents
75%
friends
 
friends
25%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
0%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media

35+
100%
parents
 
parents
0%
friends
 
friends
0%
healthcare worker
 
healthcare worker
0%
internet/social media
 
internet/social media
24%
Parents
 
Parents
15%
Friends
 
Friends
48%
Healthcare worker
 
Healthcare worker
12%
Internet/social media
 
Internet/social media
OCT 26. 2018
What must be done to reduce teen pregnancy? – U-Reporter feedback
49 responded out of 51 polled
parents
sex
need
can
pregnancy
kids
will
access
age
children
get
stop
child
education
girls
go
men
pregnant
teenage
teens
tell
think
young
also
don
family
know
let
like
make
message
possible
provide
re
talk
us
ability
able
abstinence
along
become
believe
best
better
care
cause
certain
changed
combination
consent

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