In a landmark national survey of teenagers, The GordonPoll Youth Survey(TM) found that more than three-quarters of teens believed that mothers and fathers are equally qualified to care for teens after a divorce. Slightly fewer teens felt that both parents are equally qualified to care for young children after a divorce. They want parents to know that divorce "hurts," "sucks" and that they "don't want to be blamed for it" or "caught in the middle."
The GordonPoll Youth Survey(TM) measures the attitudes, thoughts and feelings of youth about family issues. It is a national online survey of more than 1000 teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 about divorce. Respondents included both children whose parents are divorced and children whose parents are married...
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