What kinds of questions are asked on the NYTD survey?

The NYTD survey asks youth questions about their experiences in 7 main areas: Employment, Income, Education, Relationships, Housing, Risky Behaviors and Health & Wellbeing. Some examples of questions are shown below. All of the NYTD questions are voluntary, so youth can decline to answer any question on the survey.

Example Questions from the NYTD Survey

Are you currently employed?

Do you currently have an open bank account, such as a checking or savings account?

Do you have a High School Diploma or GED?

Currently is there at least one adult in your life, other than your caseworker, to whom you can go for advice or emotional support?

What best describes your current living situation?  

Have you ever been arrested?

Currently are you on Medicaid?