You read that correctly: 34% in favor of establishing Christianity as the state religion.
When you are in favor of it, however—and I have been very vocal about my support—that position defines you.
It had hoped the Court would rely upon it to reach a conclusion in its favor.
Two senators who voted in favor of gun control last month are being rewarded in the polls, new data shows.
Who'd have thought the odds would be in favor of that happening?
Next to the dance, some form of musical diversion was in favor.
The conventionalization in favor of what is amusing must always be recognized.
He flattered himself that his appearance would win him favor.
"Give me the wind," is a prayer that the wind may be in his favor, so that the game may not scent him.
In my own mind that was the strongest argument in favor of Leithcourt's innocence.
c.1300, "attractiveness, charm," from Old French favor (13c., Modern French faveur) "favor, approval, partiality," from Latin favorem (nominative favor) "good will, inclination, partiality, support," coined by Cicero from stem of favere "to show kindness to," from PIE *ghow-e- "to honor, revere, worship." Meaning "act of kindness" is from late 14c. Meaning "thing given as a mark of favor" is from 1580s. Phrase in favor of recorded from 1560s.
"to regard with favor, indulge, treat with partiality," mid-14c., from Old French favorer, from favor (see favor (n.)). Related: Favored; favoring.