Acceptance Of Polygamy Has More Than Doubled In America

The Gallup poll found that acceptance of polygamy has more than doubled, going from seven percent acceptability to 16 percent since 2001. But for some reason, in 2006, acceptance for the lifestyle reached an all-time low with only five percent considering it “morally tasteful.” That same year, HBO’s Big Love premiered, about a man and his three wives, and just four years later TLC’s Sister Wives started its run, so maybe Americans just need TV shows to kill any hang-ups they have. Read the rest here: Acceptance Of Polygamy Has More Than Doubled In America