Categories Asides Changing America’s Mind Post author By Matt Post date April 30, 2015 4 Comments on Changing America’s Mind Bloomberg has a cool look at societal changes, called This Is How Fast America Changes Its Mind. Share this: Related Regex to the RescueOctober 13, 2002In "Tech"History of Tilde and Google ChangeOctober 4, 2002In "General"The Feed Validator is Dead to MeApril 15, 2006In "RSS" ← Brunello Cucinelli, King of Cashmere → More on GMOs 4 replies on “Changing America’s Mind” […] via Matt Mullenweg […] Except a relatively few judges forcing the changes is hardly the equivalent of a nation changing its collective mind. That aside, I’m curious how divorce and remarriage would show up on the graph. (And thanks for interesting graph.) I’m not sure America “changed it’s mind” on the abortion issue. Public opinion has stayed pretty consistent over the last 40 years. In fact, support for legal abortion “in all circumstances” peaked in the early 1990s. http://www.gallup.com/poll/1576/abortion.aspx Regarding the difference between public opinion and legality, XKCD offers an interesting comparison to the Bloomberg charts: https://xkcd.com/1431/ Comments are closed.