Tuesday, August 08, 2017
Study Finds More Americans Are Approving of Polygamy
According to a recent poll, polygamy's approval rating has steadily increased 10 percent since 2003. The study also found that though polygamy is often found in fundamentalist sects of religion, it grew most of its acceptance from non-religious people.
A new poll shows that seventeen percent of people in the U.S. now find polygamy to be morally permissible, citing an increase of acceptance among non-religious people as a major factor.
“Though polygamous societies often justify their lifestyle on religious grounds, it is Americans who do not identify with any religion who are most accepting of the practice,” said Andrew Dugan, an analyst for Gallup.
“Between 2011 and 2017, 32 percent of Americans who do not associate with a particular religion or have no religion at all said polygamy was ‘morally acceptable,’” he said in a July 28 statement. Read More
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Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 6:46 PM