Moral acceptance of selected issues by US Mormons

For you as a Mormon, is the following morally acceptable or morally wrong?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jan 12, 2012
Moral acceptance of selected issues by US Mormons This statistic shows the results of a 2011 survey among Mormons in the United States on whether they think certain issues are morally acceptable, or not. 2 percent of respondents stated that polygamy was morally acceptable, while 86 percent thought it was not. 11 percent stated that polygamy was not a moral issue.
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For you as a Mormon, is the following morally acceptable or morally wrong?

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