I know a number of people who are on the "Autism Spectrum." Some of them are people are greatly admire and respect. But I have some pastor friends who believe Autism is a myth or an excuse.
Although churches rarely have written stances on the issue, this poll question is really more like, "Does your pastor (or perhaps you yourself -- if you are the pastor) and leadership of your church recognize Autism (or Aspergers, a common form of Autism) as a reality? Do you think we should try to accommodate people who have this diagnosis? Or is it all a farce propagated by a movement to avoid holding people responsible?
Incidentally, smaller churches have often worked with such people, and, because of their family-like, accepting personality, developed them. Large churches sometimes have special classes for Autistic or special-needs students. So there is more than one way to address the issue, if you agree that the issue exists.