Colorado: Pro-Choice and Surprisingly Secular
Survey lovers call the cross tabs, wonderful little tidbits of data pulled out of a largere survey on something else. Survey USA provides cross tabs of its latest Presidential approval survey (sponsored by KUSA-TV) and two results stuck out. Colorado is overwhelmingly pro-choice, and is surprisingly secular.
Among adults eighteen or over, 64% say that they are pro-choice, while only 28% say that they are pro-life.
More adults eighteen or over say they never attend church, 34%, than say that they attend church regularly, 33%. The rest say that they attend church occasionally.
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