Some see Giuliani's success as a sign that abortion is losing some of its bite as a political issue. A poll by the Pew Research Center last month found that among white evangelical Protestants, abortion was a priority for 53 percent of those surveyed, below issues like terrorism and the economy, down from 60 percent in August of 2004.
Raising the stakes, many religious conservatives cast the abortion debate in terms of the anti-slavery movement of the 18th and 19th centuries, saying abortion is the great moral question of today.
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-If you had to pick the most important topic of this coming election, what would it be?
-Will you vote for Giuliani if you were to vote Republican?
-What are your thoughts on IVF? Abortion?
-Does abortion compare to slavery?
-Is Giuliani taking a large portion of the conservative voting base for granted?