- A majority of Americans (66%) agree becoming a grandparent is an important milestone to them.* Adults ages 35-44 are more likely than their younger peers (age 18-34) and older peers (45+) to say becoming a grandparent is an important milestone to them (75% vs. 65% and 64%).
- 78% of parents say it's important to them that their children can have their own biological children one day.* 45% of parents of kids under 18 would be/would have been interested in a health insurance policy to protect their child(ren) or future children from future primary infertility.**
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Most Americans (84%) think treatments should be affordable for anyone who needs it*, and nearly 1 in 3 Americans (31%) would be/would have been interested in health insurance policy to protect their children or future children from future primary infertility.**
"For one in eight couples, the path to parenthood has obstacles that seem like boulders – hard to move, impossible to go over, under or around," LifeSpring CEO
Survey Methods: Two surveys were conducted online within