The Indigenous Futures Survey (IFS) is the largest research project ever conducted in Indian Country. The sample represents over 6,400 Native peoples from across the United States, over 401 tribes, all 50 states, and has diverse representation across both age and gender identities.
The purpose of the Indigenous Futures Survey was to understand the priorities and needs of the Indigenous population in the United States. The study provides a chance for all individuals to learn from Indigenous Peoples- how we thinking about ourselves, what we find important, and what galvanizes us to make change. The survey also serves as a platform to hold politicians, educators, policy makers, and researchers accountable to hear our collective voice.
Visit Center for Native American Youth's website for the full report.