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Should supporting a pro-abortion candidate be grounds for excommunication?

Feb 19th 2008

  • Yes, without question - 25.9%
  • No, under no circumstances - 40.8%
  • Only if there was a viable pro-life alternative - 13.2%
  • Only if the pro-abortion stance was a factor in their vote - 20.2%

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February 11th, 2013 - Karen-728821 said:

no

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November 19th, 2012 - Jim-886565 said:

In fact it IS automatic excommunication to vote for a pro abortion candidate at the national level if there is another alternative who is pro-life.

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October 21st, 2012 - Bette-909502 said:

All the priests who molest young girls need to be excummunicated first!

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October 1st, 2012 - Tim-388058 said:

For the first time, I'm thinking no. The abortion issue will not go away no matter who is elected. I think the solution to the issue lies elsewhere, not politics. In this land of individual rights, I don't think Roe v Wade will ever be reversed. There are other issues that are very important and could be more influenced by who's in office. That said, I don't think I could EVER vote for a 'pro-choice' candidate. Especially not when they go out of their way to make it an issue by promoting their view in their campaigns.

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Poll Demographics

Yes, without question (32 votes)
Overall Response
25.0%
Men
24.0%
Women
26.4%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
18.2%
36-50 yr olds
30.0%
51+ yr olds
21.7%
No, under no circumstances (47 votes)
Overall Response
36.7%
Men
32.0%
Women
43.4%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
31.8%
36-50 yr olds
41.7%
51+ yr olds
32.6%
Only if there was a viable pro-life alternative (19 votes)
Overall Response
14.8%
Men
18.7%
Women
9.4%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
27.3%
36-50 yr olds
11.7%
51+ yr olds
13.0%
Only if the pro-abortion stance was a factor in their vote (30 votes)
Overall Response
23.4%
Men
25.3%
Women
20.8%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
22.7%
36-50 yr olds
16.7%
51+ yr olds
32.6%