Numerous grownups in Central and Eastern Europe hold conventional viewpoints on social issues. Majorities oppose same-sex wedding and state homosexuality must not be accepted by culture. And even though abortion is appropriate in almost every country contained in the study (Poland is a exception), general public viewpoint about whether abortion must certanly be appropriate is blended, with gents and ladies about similarly supportive of appropriate abortion generally in most nations.
On stability, more youthful grownups (many years 18 to 34) tend to be more most most most likely than the others to just accept homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Continue reading “Spiritual Belief and National Belonging in Central and Eastern Europe”