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U.S. Death Penalty Support Stable at 63%

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Decade-long decline in support after 2001 seen mostly among Democrats

 

PRINCETON, NJ - Americans' support for the death penalty as punishment for murder has plateaued in the low 60s in recent years, after several years in which support was diminishing. Sixty-three percent now favor the death penalty as the punishment for murder, similar to 61% in 2011 and 64% in 2010.

 

Gallup first asked Americans for their views on the death penalty using this question in 1936, and has asked it at least annually since 1999. The latest results come from a Dec. 19-22, 2012, USA Today/Gallup survey, conducted in the first few days after the Newtown, Conn., school shooting massacre.

 

Although views on the death penalty have been fairly static since 2010, support has been gradually diminishing since the high point in 1994, when 80% were in favor. By 2001, r. ughly two-thirds were in favor, and since then it has edged closer to 60%.

 

by Lydia Saad

 

Read more: GALLUP (January 9, 2013)


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