From Public Policy Polling survey results released earlier this week, the question was asked:
A bill being considered in the Legislature would give parents the choice of having their children receive comprehensive sex education or abstinence only sex education. Would you support this proposal?
69% said "yes"; 31% said "no".
Even conservatives (58%) and Republicans (54%) supported the bill by a slight majority. So did senior citizens (63%) and rural voters (69%).
Groups whose support exceeds 80% include liberals (88%), urban dwellers (86%), and African Americans (83%).
Full results here (PDF).