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Catholics favor healthcare contraception

thepillFifty-eight percent of U.S. Roman Catholics say employers should be required to provide employees with healthcare including contraception. Among other religious Americans, 61 percent of religiously unaffiliated Americans said employers should be required to cover contraception compared to 50 percent of white mainline Protestants and 38 percent white evangelical Protestants. A majority of Catholics, 52 percent versus 49 percent of Americans, said religiously affiliated colleges and hospitals should provide coverage that includes contraception, but among other religious groups, 59 percent agreed.



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