A survey of Spanish social attitudes shows a mixture of liberal and conservative outlooks…
More than 60% of Spaniards between 15 and 64 years of age are in partial or complete favour of euthanasia, but only 21% view suicide as permissible, a study titled Social values and drugs presented in Madrid yesterday, shows.
Of 1,200 people surveyed for the report, carried out by anti-drug organizations alongside Caja Madrid’s social foundation, 54% agreed that there should be total freedom to abort a pregnancy, but only 44% said that same-sex relationships should be permitted.
Just 46% of those polled said they were against the death penalty for serious crimes, a significant increase since 2001.
[Raquel Seco in El Pais.]