Two-thirds of US adults say gambling morally okay; polygamy, not so much

Two-thirds of Americans find gambling to be morally acceptable behavior, according to a new Gallup poll.

The poll, which was based on a phone survey (landline and mobile) of randomly sampled US adults last month, revealed that 67% of Americans find gambling to be “morally acceptable” while just 27% viewed gambling as “morally wrong.”

Only birth control, divorce and sex out of wedlock were deemed more morally acceptable to gambling. For the record, the categories that scored lowest on the moral acceptability scale were suicide (18%), polygamy (14%), cloning humans (13%) and married men and women having an affair (10%).


June 14, 2016: Posted in News And Reviews No Comments
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