“Regardless of gender, age, income, education or partisanship, more than 6 in 10 parents report feeling comfortable discussing matters of sexuality and reproduction with their children.”
And, parents chimed in on the content taught in public schools, including racial issues. The study summarizes, “More than 8 in 10 Americans believe schools should teach the importance of racial equality, and this high level of agreement spans all racial groups and political identities.”
Further, “Close to two-thirds of all Americans and majorities of all racial/ethnic groups agree this history should be taught, though Black and Hispanic respondents are more supportive of teaching it than whites.”
Regardless of socio-economic status or political affiliation, families did find importance in quality time as a family, talking to children about social issues, and justice.