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Most Americans still oppose the reasons for which almost all abortions are performed

Also more people still consider abortion morally wrong than morally acceptable, Gallup reports By Dave Andrusko Twice in the last two weeks NRL News Today posted about an upcoming series of six stories that Gallup said it

Gallup promises six articles on abortion “documenting Americans’ latest views on abortion”

By Dave Andrusko Earlier this week, we posted a story about Gallup’s first of what we knew would be a series of articles about abortion. We titled it simply, “More people still consider abortion morally wrong than

Looking back on Gallup’s 2017 abortion survey results

By Dave Andrusko As we’ve explained previously, Gallup annually conducts what it calls its “Values and Beliefs poll” which it then mines for the remainder of the year. Each subsequent post builds on the previous ones. It’ll

Another dubious interpretation of Gallup’s survey on abortion

By Dave Andrusko As we’ve explained before Gallup annually conducts what it calls its “Values and Beliefs poll” which it then mines for the rest of the year. Each subsequent post builds on the previous one[s], sometimes

Latest Gallup numbers very encouraging for pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko If memory serves me right, it is usually around the beginning of May that Gallup conducts with it calls its annual Values and Beliefs survey. The results trickle out over the next couple of

Gallup’s latest poll on euthanasia and “doctor-assisted suicide”

By Dave Andrusko As tricky–or as deliberately misleading–as polls on abortion can be, those taken on euthanasia can be almost as bewildering and every bit as confounding. Under the headline, “Euthanasia Still Acceptable to Solid Majority in

Gallup poll a gold mine of useful information and misleading inferences

By Dave Andrusko As is always the case with Gallup and abortion, the latest post from veteran Gallup writer Lydia Saad is informative. In places it also makes you scratch your head and occasionally it’s deeply misleading.

Slight change in self-identification on abortion, more important results underplayed in latest Gallup poll

  By Dave Andrusko In findings from its latest “Values and Beliefs survey,” conducted May 8-11, Gallup says that 47% of Americans consider themselves to be pro-choice and 46% consider themselves to be pro-life. In May 2013,

America much more pro-life than most Americans realize, Gallup finds

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. While my family and I are on vacation, we are running some of our favorite NRL News Today stories from the last four months, entries from our “Roe at 40″ series, and

Suicide views depend on how question phrased, Gallup finds

By Burke J. Balch, J.D., director of NRLC’s Powell Center for Medical Ethics Editor’s note. While my family and I are on vacation, we are running some of our favorite NRL News Today stories from the last

Continued improvement in the percentage of Americans who identify as Pro-Life

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday NRL News Today carried a story about the vastly under-reported truth that a poll that appeared in the Texas Tribune showed both a whopping support for a ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Gallup finds enormous shift in party affiliation, Romney the beneficiary

By Dave Andrusko In the reporting trade, it’s called “burying the lead”—talking about what is most important in the story not at the beginning but often waaay into the story. I’m not sure how you would categorize