Forty-three percent of Americans now believe pornography is “morally acceptable,” a seven-percentage-point increase from last year and the highest level since Gallup first began measuring moral perceptions of pornography in 2011.
These results come from Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs survey, conducted May 1-10. Since it was first fielded in 2001, this survey has found considerable evidence that Americans are becoming increasingly liberal in terms of what actions or behaviors they find morally acceptable.
Pornography is “morally acceptable,” says…
67% Males, 18-49
41% Females, 18-49
50% Religion is fairly important
* 7 point increase from 2017
— Duke Kwon (@dukekwondc) June 6, 2018