A new Rasmussen poll indicates that fewer voters than ever are calling themselves pro-choice, and the gap between pro-choice and pro-life voters is the narrowest it has been.
The survey of 1,000 likely voters finds that 46 percent of those polled now consider themselves to be pro-choice, the lowest outcome in three years of regular polling.
Results indicate that 43 percent say they are pro-life, which matches the highest outcome to date. Eleven percent say they are undecided.
Similarly, a recent Gallup poll indicates that more Americans regard themselves as pro-life than pro-choice. That survey found that 48 percent of Americans say they are pro-life, while 45 percent say they are pro-choice....
Ah, the shifting whims of the American voter, it no doubt shows more ephemeral idea that morality is a constant, it only becomes a constant when people realize the The Inadequacy of Moralism and the constancy of God.