an After abortion: 49% Say It's Immoral, Yet 51% Say Keep It Legal Anyway?

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Thursday, January 29, 2015

49% Say It's Immoral, Yet 51% Say Keep It Legal Anyway?

That's quite a disconnect between our consciences and our actions.

Pew Research has a few interesting facts and charts on how we view abortion these days.

"There’s a difference between what Americans think should be legal and what they think is moral. About half of Americans (49%) say that having an abortion is morally wrong, while 15% think it is morally acceptable and 23% say it is not a moral issue."

Yet "[w]hen asked directly about the legality of abortion, 51% of U.S. adults say it should be legal in all or most cases, compared to 43% who say it should be illegal all or most of the time."

"Roughly six-in-ten Americans (62%) know that Roe v. Wade was a decision about abortion, but among adults under 30 years old, only 44% know."

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