Thursday, October 22, 2015

Are You In Favor Of The Death Penalty For A Person Convicted Of Murder?

About six in 10 Americans favor the use of the death penalty for a person convicted of murder, similar to 2014according to a recent poll. This continues a gradual decline in support for the procedure since reaching its all-time high point of 80% in 1994.

What’s Your Take? Are you in favor of the death penalty for a person convicted of murder?




Comments

1. Jesse said...

No,under no circumstances

2. Tonia said...

NO,the national death-row population is roughly 42 percent black—nearly three times the proportion in the general population.

3. Karen said...

I do not support the death penalty in any circumstance.

4. Marilyn said...

Rare cases should require death. It is an overused method in comparison to rehabilitive programs offered. My issue currently is the ineffective drugs used to kill inmates recently.

5. Long Time Listener said...

Justice is not equal.NO

6. China said...

I do not support state sponsored murder. Looking forward to your return Wednesday. You were sincerely missed.

7. Dave said...

How do Republicans support the death penalty and claim to be pro life?



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