In the wake of the Supreme Court decision overturning Roe vs. Wade, polls on abortion and how Americans support or don’t support the decision are rampant. Generally speaking, most polls say the majority of Americans did not support the justices ruling. But does that mean most citizens are pro-choice, or favor no restrictions on abortion? Daniel Darling, Director of the Land Center For Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, says poll results that make it to mainstream media can be misleading. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith podcast, Dan talks about the fact that most Americans, whether Democrat or Republican, favor some kind of restrictions on abortion, and that also the younger generations are becoming more pro-life than their parents’ and grandparent’s generations. With photos of ultrasound pictures included in baby books and on refrigerator doors, it’s hard for anyone who favors abortion rights to say that this “clump of cells” growing in a woman’s womb is anything other than a human life. That has been the game changer. Advances in science concerning the unborn, have resulted in a growing pro-life sentiment.