US Protestant Survey

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A 2008 survey of Mainline Protestant clergy conducted by Public Religion Research found that:

  • 33% believed same sex couples should be allowed to marry, against 35% who believed there should be no legal recognition of such relationships. The remainder believed that civil unions were appropriate.
  • 13% believed Abortion should be legal in all cases.
  • 15% strongly agreed that the Bible is the inerrant word of God against 32% who strongly disagreed with this.
  • 27% support capital punishment against 66% who do not.

Sample size: 2,658 with a margin of error of ±2%

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