With the abortion debate in focus following South Dakota's new law challenging the Roe decision, a new poll finds 55 percent of Americans believe abortion is morally wrong most of the time.
Just 32 percent disagree, according to the survey by Rasmussen Reports.
Americans under 50 are slightly more likely than their elders to believe abortion is morally wrong, the poll found.
As WorldNetDaily reported, South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds signed into law Monday a highly restrictive bill aimed ultimately at overturning the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, banning abortion in nearly every case and punishing doctors who perform one with a $5,000 fine and five years in prison. It allows abortion only in the event a mother's life is in danger, making no exception for rape or incest. The legislation is expected to be held up by court challenges, however....
The majority may believe it's wrong, but not enough to outlaw it. As I said before, South Dakota being the western most county of Minnesota, these type of laws will not have any effect. As a moral statement, it is fine. I assume most women will take care of their, "little problem," when they go to a shopping trip to Minneapolis.