Pew Distorts Americans' Views on Abortion

According to Pew, most people oppose overturning Roe v. Wade -- the implication being that most people support America's current abortion laws.  But all you need to know to see that the headlines are insane and that the Pew survey's conclusions are distortions is the following, from the Pew Report: However, the public continues to be divided over whether it is morally acceptable to have an abortion. Nearly half (47%) say it is morally wrong to have an abortion, while just 13% find this morally acceptable; 27% say this is not a moral issue and 9% volunteer that it depends on the situation. These opinions have changed little since 2006. The headlines would have you believe that 63% of Americans oppose overturning the law legalizing abortion on demand, even though 47% of Americans think abortion is immoral -- 3.5 times more than think abortion is moral.  Given these numbers, does it seem even remotely credible that the people who oppose overturning Roe v. Wade are saying...(Read Full Article)