Poll Shows Wide Support for Contraception and Sex Ed Among Blacks and Latinos
In this election year in which birth control is front and center and both side are courting the African-American and Hispanic vote, there is new information that suggests a majority of people in these communities support access to contraception and sex education.
The Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) surveyed a random sample of 810 non-Hispanic black American adults and 813 Hispanic American adults who are part of the Knowledge Networks’ KnowledgePanel. Interviews were conducted online in English sexy guys among the black American sample and in both English and Spanish among the Hispanic sample. The poll focused on views about abortion and contraception, and also asked about sex education. Below are some of the findings.
Findings on Abortion
67 percent of black Americans and 46 percent of Hispanic Americans believe that abortion should be legal in all or most cases.51 percent of black Americans believe having an abortion is morally wrong compared to 33 percent who believe it is morally acceptable while 61 percent of Hispanic Americans believe that having an abortion is morally wrong compared to 25 percent who believe it is morally acceptable.78 percent of black Americans and 60 percent of Hispanic Americans believe that it is possible to disagree with their religion’s teachings on abortion and still be considered a person of good standing in their faith.72 percent dildos
of both black Americans and Hispanic Americans say that the concept of “not judging other people” is important in shaping their views on abortion. Similarly, 69 percent of both black Americans and Hispanic Americans believe that the concept of “showing compassion for women in difficult circumstances” is very important in shaping their views on the issue of abortion. In addition, 70 percent of Hispanic Americans and 63 percent of black Americans say that the concept of “promoting personal responsibility” is a very important value shaping their views on the legality of abortion.
Findings on Contraception
81 percent of black Americans and 79 percent of Hispanic Am.
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Here are some key findings:
About 40 percent of women who had experienced EIO and EISP had done so on more than 10 occasions. Most of the women in the EIO group reported feeling some degree of self-consciousness when exercising in public places, with about 20 percent reporting they could not control their experience. Most women reporting EIO said buy sex dolls
they were not fantasizing sexually or thinking about anyone they were attracted to during their experiences. Diverse types of physical exercise were associated with EIO and EISP. Of the EIO group, 51.4 percent reported experiencing an orgasm in connection with abdominal exercises within the previous 90 days. Others reported experiencing orgasm in connection to such exercises as weight lifting (26.5 percent), yoga (20 percent), bicycling (15.8), running (13.2 percent) and walking/hiking (9.6 percent). In open-ended responses, ab exercises were particularly associated with the captain's chair, which consists of a rack with padded arm r.
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