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US: family stability in red and blue states


Race and ethnicity are significant factors in measuring family stability, but family stability within racial groups varied depending on the partisan political ideologies where they lived, researchers have found. This new research, from W. Bradford Wilcox and Nicholas Zill and released by Family Studies, came after other data found that “the reddest and bluest states in America are most likely to provide today's teens with the kind of stable, married family life that fosters optimal child outcomes.”

[Mandy Morgan - Deseret News, 6 July 2015.]


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