Thursday, May 31, 2012

'Higher Education' Indoctrinates Pro-abortion: Poll

The latest Gallup poll of American opinion concerning abortion finds a direct correlation between the number of years spent in college and the likelihood of a young adult favoring abortion over a pro-life belief.

Not surprisingly, the poll also shows that the vast majority of the nonreligious and Democrats are pro-abortion.

For background, read Poll: Most Americans Pro-life; Liberals Desperate and also read Poll: Pro-life America Becomes More So as well as Pro-life Trends Continue in American Opinion

UPDATE 4/18/14: University of Chicago Teaches Students How to Get Abortion

UPDATE 9/2/13: Christian Pro-life Free Speech Censored at Ohio College

-- From "More Time In School, More Likely ‘Pro-Choice,’ Says Gallup Poll" by Terence P. Jeffrey, 5/30/12

Nonetheless, a majority of American college graduates who did not attend graduate school, as well as a majority of those who have no better than a high school diploma, say they are pro-life.

Only 33 percent of Americans with a high school degree or less said they were “pro-choice." Meanwhile, 41 percent of those who had done “some college,” 45 percent of those who graduated from college but did not attend graduate school, and 58 percent of those who did attend graduate school described themselves as pro-choice.

On the other side of the ledger, 53 percent of those with a high school degree or less said they were “pro-life;” as did 49 percent of those who did “some college” and 53 percent of those who had earned a college degree but did not go to graduate school.

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From "Gallup: Nonreligious Are Least 'Pro-Life'" by Napp Nazworth, Christian Post Reporter 5/30/12

Only 19 percent of those with no religious attachment identified themselves as "pro-life" in the May 3-6 poll of 1,024 adults. Sixty-eight percent called themselves "pro-choice." This represents the largest propensity toward the pro-choice position on abortion of any major demographic group.

The 49 percentage point margin between pro-life and pro-choice positions among the nonreligious is much larger the 16 percentage point margin among Catholics (54 percent pro-life, 38 percent pro-choice) and the 24 percentage point margin among Protestants and other Christians (57 percent pro-life, 33 percent pro-choice).

Gallup also found that men are more pro-life than women, nonwhites are more pro-life than whites, those 55 and older are more pro-life than 18- to 54-year-olds, Southerners are more pro-life than non-Southerners, and those who make less than $75,000 per year are more pro-life than upper-income Americans.

Besides self-proclaimed Democrats and the nonreligious, the only other major subgroup to show a majority identifying as pro-choice are those with a postgraduate education.

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Also read the full Gallup Poll