A new Rasmussen poll found that 61 percent of American adults believe that American children “should be required to say the Pledge of Allegiance every morning at school.”
The poll found that only 28 percent opposed saying the pledge every day, while 11 percent were undecided.
Now, as Rasmussen notes, this new poll actually represents a decline of support for the requirement from previous years. It reached a high, for example, in 2008 — with 77 percent supporting it.
Rod wants to know if you think school children should be required to say the pledge?
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