Gender composition among adults who say that there are clear standards for what is right and wrong by state (2014) Switch to: State among adults who say that there are clear standards for what is right and wrong by gender

% of adults who say that there are clear standards for what is right and wrong who are…

State Men Women Sample Size
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Alabama 51% 49% 231
Alaska 62% 38% 106
Arizona 50% 50% 252
Arkansas 48% 52% 126
California 51% 49% 1,154
Colorado 50% 50% 193
Connecticut 53% 47% 113
Florida 50% 50% 671
Georgia 47% 53% 377
Idaho 49% 51% 137
Illinois 52% 48% 430
Indiana 55% 45% 243
Iowa 56% 44% 113
Kansas 54% 46% 120
Kentucky 49% 51% 172
Louisiana 53% 47% 183
Maryland 48% 52% 207
Massachusetts 53% 47% 177
Michigan 49% 51% 352
Minnesota 52% 48% 196
Mississippi 49% 51% 121
Missouri 49% 51% 239
Montana 56% 44% 134
Nebraska 55% 45% 128
New Hampshire 56% 44% 100
New Jersey 54% 46% 266
New Mexico 52% 48% 103
New York 49% 51% 544
North Carolina 53% 47% 377
North Dakota 60% 40% 139
Ohio 53% 47% 385
Oklahoma 60% 40% 134
Oregon 52% 48% 140
Pennsylvania 50% 50% 501
South Carolina 51% 49% 197
South Dakota 49% 51% 113
Tennessee 55% 45% 292
Texas 50% 50% 949
Utah 55% 45% 126
Virginia 55% 45% 328
Washington 54% 46% 243
West Virginia 52% 48% 136
Wisconsin 52% 48% 199
Wyoming 56% 44% 147

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