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A new poll from EWTN. News and RealClear Opinion Research finds Likely Catholic voters disagree with transgender ideology support increased border security 2s poll finds decreased support for President Biden compared to 2020 2s EWTN. News and RealClear Opinion Research have partnered to conduct a deep dive poll on Catholic voters attitudes and trends ahead of the 2022 midterm elections. In the poll, Catholics weigh in about their views regarding President Biden abortion and gender ideology in the classroom. Respondents expressed deep concerns over attacks on churches and Catholic artwork and monuments and supported increasing the border security of the United States. The new poll was conducted before the Supreme Court ruled in Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a landmark case which overturned Roe vs. Wade. Though it found a slim majority of likely Catholic voters opposed overturning Roe versus. Wade, an overwhelming majority of likely Catholic voters supported at least limiting abortion to the first trimester. Likely Catholic voters also opposed forcing healthcare workers to perform procedures to which they were morally opposed, including abortion and sex change operations. A clear majority of likely Catholic voters believe supporting transgender ideology conflicts with the Catholic faith. Similar majorities opposed allowing biological boys to compete on biological girls sports teams and allowing K twelve school administrators to hide a student's gender identity or a new name from that students parents. 3s Some key highlights from the poll. President 1s 45% of likely Catholic voters have a favorable view of President Biden, while 53% have an unfavorable view 1s 43% of Mass attending weekly catholics have a favorable view of President Biden and 55% have an unfavorable view. 1s 47% of likely Catholic voters approve of President Biden's job performance, while 53% disapprove 1s 45% of Mass attending weekly. Catholics approve of Biden's job performance, while 55% disapprove. 5s 82% of likely Catholic voters support restrictions on abortion. 24% support legalizing first trimester abortions. 1s 8% support legalizing second trimester abortions. 32% support abortion in cases of rape, incest, or to save the life of the mother 9% support abortion only to save the life of the mother 9% support a total ban on abortion. 58% of likely Catholic voters oppose forcing healthcare workers to perform procedures to which they are morally opposed. 6s 90% of likely Catholic voters believe parents should have more information about their child's school curriculum. 65% of likely Catholic voters believe parents should play a role in helping to determine what is taught in schools. 68% of likely Catholic voters oppose K. Twelve school administrators hiding a student's gender identity or a new name from that student's parents. 67% of likely Catholic voters oppose allowing biological boys to compete against biological girls onschool sports teams. 67% of likely Catholic voters oppose allowing biological boys to use girls bathrooms, locker rooms and showers if they identify as female. 33% of likely Catholic voters have considered educational alternatives for their children due to their school's emphasis on gender identity.
Florida Leaders Join Forces to Tackle Fatherhood Crisis
Commissioner Jack Brewer Joins Florida Speaker in Support of the Fatherless Bill
Tallahassee, FL /February 16, 2022 – Today, Commissioner Jack Brewer, joined Florida Speaker of the House, Rep. Chris Sprowls in support of House Bill 7065, a bill aiming to tackle the fatherless crisis in the state of Florida.
“There’s a fatherless problem in every state when you have a culture that doesn’t hold Dads accountable, and you have government programs that disincentive the family,” said Jack Brewer, Commissioner, Federal Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys and Founder of The Jack Brewer Foundation. “I have youth programs in Broward County, and I am dealing with kids every single day that have significant problems as a direct result of not having a strong family home structure for these children to go home to. It’s just not right. As Americans, who have the blessings that God has given us, we must stand for the voiceless. We have 18 million fatherless kids in our nation, we should all be embarrassed by that.”
H.B. 7065 will provide over $70 million in funding for various initiatives such as financial assistance to struggling fathers and mentoring programs for at-risk boys. It funds various programs to help single fathers meet their child support commitments and become self-sufficient. The bill also provides grant funding to nonprofit organizations in neighborhoods that run leadership programs for children and increases the state's Postsecondary Education Supports and Services job college readiness program for foster children.
“From poverty to crime to incarceration, just about every negative outcome we see for young boys and men in today’s society is in part due to an absent father,” said Speaker Sprowls. “We cannot legislate fatherhood, responsibility or character. But we can direct some state resources to ensure that fathers, father figures and mentors have the support they need to be inspired, equipped, and excited about being present and active in their children’s lives. Today, we are making historic investments toward this critical goal and calling on all Florida men to rise up and be the fathers and role models our sons need.”
In this issue: Rep. Adrian Smith of Nebraska on Trade Secrets Abroad