Respondents in Britain are less likely to find medical testing on animals and clothing made of animal fur as “morally acceptable.”
Respondents are evenly split on whether the health care system should fund abortions on demand, or only in medical emergencies.
Half of respondents believe there is no point in re-opening a debate about abortion in the U.S. right now.
Respondents are divided on their personal feelings about pregnancy termination, and on whether a new national debate is warranted.
Almost half of respondents—and three-in-five women—believe the current time limit of 24 weeks to terminate a pregnancy should be reduced.
Three-in-five respondents—including two thirds of women—believe there should be laws to outline whether a woman can have an abortion based solely on the gender of the fetus.
Democrats and Independents tend to side with the status quo, while Republicans voice support for greater restrictions.
Americans of all political stripes have a similar moral compass on issues such as contraception, divorce and infidelity, but some striking differences become evident when their party allegiance is assessed, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found.
(Angus Reid Global Monitor) – Two-in-five adults in Canada think the national health care system should only fund abortions in the case of medical emergencies, according to a poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion. 39 per cent of respondents share this view.
Four-in-ten respondents think a woman can have an abortion only during the first three months of her pregnancy.