The nationwide study, based on the results from more than 1,000 respondents throughout all 50 states,
It seems to show that 53 percent of those surveyed believe abortion should only be allowed under
Catherine Glenn Foster, who serves as the president and CEO of Americans United for Life, is
“The latest Gallup numbers on abortion are very encouraging for the pro-life community,” Foster
They show that the percentage of Americans who self-identify as “pro-life” has skyrocketed by
Another question asked in the probe is whether abortion is morally wrong.
The study shows that “by a slim five-percentage-point margin, 48-43 percent, Americans believe
Abby Johnson, president of And Then There Were None and author of Unplanned, is encouraged
“Abortion already has a stigma attached to it, as it should, because it ends at least one life and
Johnson thinks she has the remedy for ending abortion in this country: “Loving those who work
“I believe we will see the number of Americans who see abortion as morally wrong and choose
The same study found also found that polygamy and married people having affairs was morally
Some 78 percent said they found “polygamy, when a married person has more than one spouse
One out of four of those surveyed also found that suicide was morally wrong.
Overall, pro-life advocates are excited about the survey.
Foster added, “This shows us that the more Americans learn about abortion and get to the facts
As for abortion, Johnson is hopeful the country’s loss of some 60 million pre-born babies will be
Johnson, who worked in the abortion industry for eight years and who witnessed a baby in the
On her website, she adds, “The most important thing to know is that I believe in forgiveness, mercy,