The Pew Research Center has released a new poll on the death penalty. 62% favor the death penalty for people convicted of murder while 31% are opposed. That is generally in line with polling on the death penalty over the past several years. Of those who responded they oppose the death penalty, 27% said it's wrong or immoral and 27% said they were concerned about wrongful convictions.
Sixty percent of Americans favor the death penalty for convicted murderers, while 27 percent are opposed, CBS/NYT poll shows Read Post
Support for same-sex marriage has undergone a dramatic and unprecedented shift in the past decade, with more people now firmly supporting it than opposing. The Pew Research Center recently took a look at its polls on the subject fro... Read Post
A Pew survey released on Friday found that capital punishment is becoming less popular: 55% of U.S. adults say they favor the death penalty for persons convicted of murder. A significant minority (37%) oppose the practice. While a m... Read Post