Faith Focused Dating. Create your Free Profile and meet your Match!

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%

Comments

This poll has 205 comments. view all »

February 11th, 2013 - Karen-728821 said:

no

Report

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.

Report

October 21st, 2012 - Bette-909502 said:

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

Report

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.

Report

Poll Demographics

Yes, without question (22 votes)
Overall Response
22.2%
Men
20.4%
Women
24.4%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
16.7%
36-50 yr olds
26.0%
51+ yr olds
18.9%
No, under no circumstances (40 votes)
Overall Response
40.4%
Men
35.2%
Women
46.7%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
33.3%
36-50 yr olds
44.0%
51+ yr olds
37.8%
Only if there was a viable pro-life alternative (10 votes)
Overall Response
10.1%
Men
11.1%
Women
8.9%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
16.7%
36-50 yr olds
8.0%
51+ yr olds
10.8%
Only if the pro-abortion stance was a factor in their vote (27 votes)
Overall Response
27.3%
Men
33.3%
Women
20.0%
18-25 yr olds
0%
26-35 yr olds
33.3%
36-50 yr olds
22.0%
51+ yr olds
32.4%