2021–2022 Youth Survey Interactive Data Explorer
Generate custom graphs and data tables on the questions you find most interesting!Check Out the Highlights
Or build your own graphs at:
Explore the Data, Trends Over Time, and Three to Succeed.
Learn More About the Survey and Data Explorer
Data Explorer Features
Survey Highlights shows selected results from various topics.
Explore the Data lets you create a graph from any question in the survey.
Trends Over Time shows how survey responses vary by year.
Three to Succeed displays how survey responses vary with a student's number of protective assets.
New 2021 Survey Items
The 8th-12th grade survey now contains questions on transgender status, falling asleep while driving, past month hookah use, and overall vegetable consumption.
For the 6th grade survey, four vaping questions were added. These questions were already present in the 8th-12th grade survey.
In both surveys, the following questions were added or revised: language used at home, physical abuse by parent, and past month stress level.
6th Grade Survey
The Fairfax County Youth Survey is administered in two forms: one for 8th to 12th grade students, and another for 6th grade students.
You can access the 6th grade data set by selecting '6th grade' at the top of Survey Highlights, Explore the Data, Trends over Time, or Three to Succeed.
About the Survey
The Fairfax County, VA Youth Survey is a comprehensive, voluntary, and anonymous survey of youth in sixth, eighth, tenth, and twelfth grades. It examines behaviors, experiences, and other factors that influence the health and well-being of the county's youth. The survey is co-sponsored by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the Fairfax County School Board, and has been administered since 2001.
For more information, please see the Youth Survey homepage.