As the culture wars in the U.S. continue, one issue endures as one of the most divisive in the country: abortion. But in what might be a surprising twist to some, the issue of abortion is one that’s bridging a wide generation gap, according to a new survey of 35,000 Americans conducted by Pew Research. Abortion is about as divisive as it was generations ago, but the age-groups who most strongly oppose it are Millennials and those from their grandparents’ generation. Over all, a little more than half of those surveyed believe abortion should be legal in all circumstances, a figure that has been largely stagnant over the last eight years. Additionally, the survey showed, support for abortion in all circumstances actually declined a bit among some religious groups. The survey also revealed some interesting trends on Americans’ attitudes toward homosexuality and religion.