Americans Haven’t Changed Their Mind Much On Abortion, But They Have On Other ‘Cultural’ Issues

Americans Haven’t Changed Their Mind Much On Abortion, But They Have On Other ‘Cultural’ Issues

Over the past two decades, public opinion in the U.S. has shifted dramatically on many of what we call “cultural” issues. It’s a soft-sell term, an odd way of undercutting the power that issues like drugs, marriage and abortion have to drive the politics of so many Americans.

Since the early 2000s, we’ve seen opposition to same-sex marriage and legal marijuana use drop by around 25 percentage points.

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