The Nov. 23-25 analysis was carried out by the Ipsos Napoleon Franco firm and published by Semana magazine.
Among 18-24 year-olds, 74 percent oppose abortion and the legalization of drugs, while 68 percent those aged 25-34 oppose both issues.
The study also showed that 58 percent of young people aged 18-24 do not agree with same-sex “marriage” and that 56 percent of those aged 25-34 also disagree with the practice.
A total of 1006 Colombians from thirteen different cities took part in the survey.
A study revealed that the vast majority of young people in Colombia reject abortion, “gay marriage” and the legalization of drugs, as the country debates measures on all three issues.