CNN Poll: 58 Percent of Americans Oppose Abortion in All or Most Cases
Overlooked in the CPAC shuffle of late last week were the results of a nationwide CNN survey on abortion, the results of which confirm America's anti-abortion trend. A solid majority (58 percent) of respondents espoused viewpoints associated with the pro-life movement; namely, that abortion should be legal under "few" or "no" circumstances. The 'mostly illegal' position represented a strong plurality at 38 percent. Meanwhile, just 40 percent of Americans said that the practice should be "always" or "mostly" legal. Also, public financing of abortion remains heavily unpopular:...
Simple same cure for old illinesses, but I don't think I've put this up in years, Notes on Reconstructionism. In other words to make some Reformed church members unhappy as that URL will, I will also point out What to Look for in a Church. There are differences between Presbies and Fundamentalist Baptists in some things.
But, yes, to get back to premise of the article, which is what I complain other people are not doing, and since I drifted away from that, I'll give a URL for Gallup's opinion on this topic, Americans Misjudge U.S. Abortion Views, from which,"Perception that pro-choice position dominates contrasts with even split in actual views." I really doubt there has been much chance since May of 2013.
These little stories that try to suggest the people matter anymore or what they want or don't want matters anymore are amusing.....neither democrats or republicans have anything to "worry" about....Americans havn't worried anybody for 50 years.