They surveyed 1025 adults between January 6 and January 9 of this year.

They surveyed 1025 adults between January 6 and January 9 of this year.

This Knights have been commissioning annual abortion polls for the past 15 years and inform debates over sanctity-of-life issues.

This Knights have been commissioning annual abortion polls for the past 15 years and inform debates over sanctity-of-life issues.

Unlike many other abortion surveys, they ask questions about a wide range of abortion policies.

Unlike many other abortion surveys, they ask questions about a wide range of abortion policies.

These Knights of Columbus polls usually find very strong public support for incremental pro-life laws.

These Knights of Columbus polls usually find very strong public support for incremental pro-life laws.

This year’s poll is no exception. It found very strong opposition to both abortion on demand and taxpayer funding for abortion.

Specifically, it found that only 21 percent of Americans thought abortion should be legal at any time during pregnancy.

Specifically, it found that only 21 percent of Americans thought abortion should be legal at any time during pregnancy. 

It also found that 60 percent oppose using taxpayer funding for abortion and that 78 percent oppose having taxpayer dollars fund abortion overseas.

Furthermore, 60 percent oppose abortion in the case of a Downs-syndrome diagnosis, and a whopping 94 percent oppose sex-selective abortions.