I’m not usually the one to post polling data, but one particular poll conducted by Rasmussen caught my attention today—because it largely refutes what the loud anti-traditional values crowd is telling us.
The poll I’m talking about was released on June 20. Rasmussen discovered the following:
1) “The majority (71%) of American Adults continue to believe that being a father is one of the most important roles a man can fill in today’s world…”
2) “Sixty-four percent (64%) think that being a mother is the most important role for a woman to fill in today’s world.”
Hold on a minute. Haven’t we been told that the roles of father and mother are interchangeable? That Americans are ready to “move on” from the belief that fatherhood and motherhood are distinct, equally important roles?
Apparently those attempting to change traditional values have been talking to the wrong Americans.