The proportion saying that abortion should be legal in all or most cases has declined to 46% from 54% last August. The decline in support for legal abortion has come entirely in the share saying abortion should be legal in most cases (from 37% to 28%); 18% say abortion should be legal in all cases, which is virtually unchanged from last August (17%). Currently, 44% say abortion should be illegal in most (28%) or all cases (16%), up slightly since last August (41%).
Interestingly, the Pew study was conducted (March 31-April 21), which was right in the middle of the Red Envelope Day campaign. I'm not saying there's a link. After all, we've seen public opinion on the question of whether abortion should be legal even up before. Still, it's interesting to consider.
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What do you think? Could the Red Envelope Day campaign have had such an effect? Or has President Obama's pro-abortion actions in his first 100 days galvanized a nation to rethink her pro-abortion mindset?
Is it possible that the creator of Red Envelope Day Christ Otto was on to something when he said a revival is coming to America?