Gallup Survey Finds 61% Opposed to Most or All Abortions, Majority Believes that Abortion is Morally Wrong

June 2011
National Right to Life News;Jun/Jul2011, Vol. 38 Issue 6/7, p27
The article discusses the results of Gallup's 2011 Values and Beliefs survey about abortion. It is stated that 61 percent believe that abortion should be legal in a few circumstances. The author comments on the almost identical results for men and women, and among respondents ages 18 to 34. The study finds that Republicans and Democrats differ in their views of the legality and morality of abortion.


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