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Poll: Majority of Ohioans Believe in God & Oppose abortion

July 8, 2009 at 10:46 am Matt

As reported by Kevin Holtsberry of Red State,  Matt Lewis of Townhall.com, and Life News,  the Ohio Right to Life released a fascinating poll which shows Ohioans are quite religious and socially conservative.

The poll was conducted by Fritz Wenzel and found that:

• 72% of Ohioans’ surveyed strongly believe in God;
• 60% oppose abortion;
• 54% believe abortion has a negative effect on women who have them;
• 70% oppose use of taxpayer dollars to pay for abortion;
• 45% believe entertainment today negatively impacts families;
• 51% believe government policies are harming traditional family values;
• 54% believe schools undermine values taught at home; and
• 54% believe families do a worse job of developing character than a generation ago.

Maybe this is why President Obama’s support in Ohio has dropped by double digits?

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  1. Mike Gonidakis
    July 8th, 2009 at 11:27 | #1

    THansk Matt for the Post. I guess all of those media pundits who proclaimed that Ohio was “turning blue” will need to revise their statements.

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