Americans are rejecting leftist anti-family rhetoric, with more people supporting bigger families of three or more children than at any time since 1971.
A trend for years has been for outlets to discuss and legitimize unscientific claims that “climate change” could be worsened by having children. Then there’s the radical left’s obsession with having as many abortions as possible, and the LGBTQ campaign to separate children from parents, “gender transitioning” children in secret and treating parents as the enemy. Add radical feminism into the mix, encouraging women to think that a solo career is far more fulfilling than having a family. It’s a multi-directional attack on the nuclear family, but this attack has apparently been a little less successful than one might expect.
A new Gallup poll, published Sept. 25, showed an overall rejection of the leftist rhetoric. Nine in ten U.S. adults either have children or want to have children, with only eight percent of adults expressing no desire for children at all.
While young people (under 30) are the least likely to have children already, 21% have kids and 63% want to have kids.
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