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June 24, 2005

Bad news for California Pedophiles for Choice

From LifeNews:

California voters narrowly back a parental notification initiative on the November ballot in California that would require abortion businesses to tell parents before performing an abortion on a minor teenager.

Of all registered voters, a Field Poll found some 48 percent of California voters back the proposal while 42 percent oppose it. The same number of likely voters said they would vote for the measure in November and 43 percent indicated they would likely vote no.

Republicans overwhelmingly favor the initiative by a 71 to 22 percent margin, Democrats oppose it 59 to 34 percent, and independents oppose it on a 49 to 32 percent margin.

Women are more likely to favor allowing parents to be involved in their daughter's abortion decisions with a 52-42 percent majority. Men also favor the initiative by a 46 to 43 percent margin.

The parental notification proposal resonates more with older state residents, southern California voters, conservatives, and both Catholic and Protestant churchgoers.

The California state legislature passed a parental notification law in the mid 1980s. The state Supreme Court ruled the law constitutional in 1996 but, with a change in personnel, the court reversed itself in 1998.

Well, this is just a poll, and polls can be very inaccurate, but the demographic breakdown seems to make it look like some care has been taken to make it thorough. I'm not surprised that so many Democrats would side with the Pedophiles, look how many sided with Michael Jackson, especially among the Hollywood Elite.

Posted by Danny Carlton at June 24, 2005 09:33 AM

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