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24 July 2006

First-ever Philly Blunt poll

So, the Christians sent me another eye-opening email this weekend. Here, verbatim, is the opening:

Majority of Adults Feel it is not Morally Acceptable to View Pornographic Websites and Videos
NEW YORK, July 24 /Christian Newswire/ -- Almost three in four (73%) U.S. adults think that viewing pornographic websites and videos is morally unacceptable, according to a survey commissioned by Morality in Media and conducted by Harris Interactive. This compares with 21% who feel that viewing pornographic websites and videos is morally acceptable. The question and overall breakdown of responses are as follows: “Do you consider it to be morally acceptable to view pornographic websites and videos?”
21%--Yes
73%-- No
4%--Not Sure
2%--Refused

Well, I can't resist, so dear readers, do you consider it to be morally acceptable to view pornographic websites and videos? Send your votes, and any additional comments, to brianhickey9@hotmail.com. I'll post the all-too-predictable results when I have the all-too-predictable results.


1 Comments:

Blogger T.O. said...

I think that the same people who answered "No" to that question, also own the entire Ann Coulter collection.

11:20 AM  

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