Public knowledge and perceptions about unplanned pregnancy and contraception in three countries.

@article{Delbanco1997PublicKA,
  title={Public knowledge and perceptions about unplanned pregnancy and contraception in three countries.},
  author={Suzanne F. Delbanco and Jason Lundy and Tiffanie Hoff and Margaret M. Parker and Mark D. Smith},
  journal={Family planning perspectives},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={70-5}
}
A 1994-1995 survey of men and women aged 18-44 in the United States, Canada and the Netherlands revealed considerable differences in public knowledge and perceptions about unplanned pregnancy and contraception. The proportion who believe that unplanned pregnancy is a "very big problem" is 60% in the United States, 36% in Canada and 6% in the Netherlands. Americans are more likely than their Canadian or Dutch counterparts to cite societal problems as significant factors in the rate of unplanned… CONTINUE READING