• Yes, it is a popular topic will likely remain that way for now.

    The size of crowds that gather for whatever reason has been a topic of discussion for a very long time, and it is an especially popular topic lately. The number of people that show up to an event gives an indication of the amount of support that individual or cause has. If few show up, there's a good chance the cause has relatively little popularity. It also largely determines if it gets much media coverage.

  • No, I don`t think so.

    Last weekend, between three and four million Americans marched to advocate for civil rights during the Women’s March on Washington in D.C. and other cities around the nation. On Monday morning, Donald Trump promptly reinstated the Global Gag Rule, which bans federal funding to international groups that perform abortions or provide information on them. And tomorrow, thousands of anti-abortion advocates will descend on Washington, D.C. to attend the annual March for Life, an event that protests “legalized abortion on demand.”

  • There are a lot of supporters.

    No, crowd size will not be an issue at this event, because there will be room for all of the people that come. The people who support Right to Life are determined to make their voices heart. Washington DC is used to hosting some large crowds, and the crowds will be peaceful.

  • Crowd size will not be an issue for the March for life

    Crowd size will not be an issue during the March for life event for one simple reason. This is a group of supposedly demonstrators who do it the right way. They are animals like the anti-trump processors who decide that destruction, and mayhem is the way to make a point. Of course, the press won't cover it that way.

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