Contraception: The Gateway to Moral Decay

Based on the findings of a recent Gallup poll released on May 30, Americans are becoming more accepting of a number of controversial issues. At the top of Gallup’s list of 19 issues was contraception, of which 90 percent of Americans approve, followed by divorce at 69 percent and premarital sex at 66 percent. Others . . . Read more

HLI in the News: Fr. Boquet Comments on U.S. Morality Poll

As reports, a new Gallup poll on morality shows that a large majority of Americans feel that a number of issues considered mortal sins in the Catholic Church are “morally acceptable” to them personally. Human Life International President Father Shenan Boquet reacted to the poll saying the results show the need for faith leaders . . . Read more

Dishonesty Of Pro-Choice Movement More Obvious To Young People Than To Old Media

A newly released Gallup poll shows that only 41% of Americans now identify themselves as “pro-choice,” a record low. A look back at the history of these polls shows at least two things: they are notoriously fickle, often seeming to show a reaction against the party in power; but there is also a general trend in . . . Read more

Majority of Americans Find Suicide Immoral, but Split on Doctor-Assisted Suicide

The results of a poll released by Gallup on May 31, 2011 paints a startling picture of American morality. Gallup’s 2011 Values and Beliefs poll gauged the moral acceptability of 17 different issues, with the closest divide over doctor-assisted suicide. While an overwhelming majority (80%) found suicide “morally wrong,” only 48% felt the same way . . . Read more