Key Findings From a 2009 National Parent Survey: Implications for Infant-Toddler Public Policy.

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Hart Research Associates.
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Hart Research Associates conducted a national public opinion poll of 1,615 parents of children age birth to three years for ZERO TO THREE in June, 2009. Based on United States Census data, the sample is representative of parents of children ages birth to three years old, as it pertains to basic demographic characteristics such as race, ethnicity, age, and educational attainment. The survey was designed to explore issues and challenges that parents of young children confront today, where gaps in knowledge of early development exist, identify what sources of information and support these parents turn to, and what factors influence their approach to parenting. Many of these survey findings have implications for policies and programs for infants, toddlers and families. (Author abstract)

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