The Gallup Poll has released its latest poll on American opinions about cultural issues. Unsurprisingly, younger people are less likely to have moral objections to issues involving sex (whether it be pornography, homosexuality, premarital or even polygamy), but there are a few issues where people between the ages of 18 to 34 are more likely to have qualms than those aged 55 and over: 70 percent of older Americans believe in the death penalty compared to 56 percent of younger adults and 61 percent of older adults are comfortable with medical testing on animals, while just under half (47 percent) of the younger group say the same.
Here is a complete table of Gallup's findings by age:
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