Youth Civic Health Survey
The Y is partnering with the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC)
to collect responses from young people around the country as part of our Youth Civic Health Survey.
NCoC has worked at the community, state, and national levels to document the health of civic life in America through Civic Health Index (CHI)
reports. The data for the Civic Health Index is taken from the Civic Engagement and Volunteerism Supplement of the Current Population Survey (CPS)
administered by the US Census Bureau and Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Youth Civic Health Survey is inspired by the Civic Health Index, consisting of demographic questions and indicators adapted from the Current Population Survey.
If you or a parent/guardian have additional questions about the survey, download our Letter to Parents/Families
, as well as view the full list of Youth Civic Health Survey Indicators (PDF)