ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) — Polls and surveys indicate millennials hold stronger pro-life stances than previous generations at their age. But as these young adults graduate from college, many drift away from pro-life action. It’s a trend pro-life groups are attempting to reverse. A 2009 study conducted by political scientists shows that adults aged 18 to 29 are more pro-life than adults of the same age were in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s. Organizations such as Students for Life of America, Americans United for Life and National Right to Life are working to keep millennials connected to the pro-life movement through social media outlets such as Twitter and Instagram.
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