The economic divide in parents’ worries and aspirations

Aired: 12/17/2015 | 0:07:15 | Clip
Lower-income parents tend to worry that their children might fall victim to violence, while parents with higher incomes worry their kids are burdened by busy schedules. That’s one finding of a major new survey on the ways socioeconomic divides affect parenting choices and concerns. Judy Woodruff talks to Kim Parker of the Pew Research Center and Lawrence Aber of New York University.