Americans' and Catholics' moral stance on contraception in 2012

Stance on contraception among U.S. Catholics and U.S. population in 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 14, 2012
Americans' and Catholics' moral stance on contraception in 2012 This statistic shows the moral stance regarding contraception of American respondents and specifically those of Catholic faith among them in 2012. Of the surveyed Catholics, 41 percent think that contraception is morally acceptable, while 42 percent of the total number of American respondents think the same.
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Stance on contraception among U.S. Catholics and U.S. population in 2012

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