After 47 years of legalized abortion in the United States, a new Marist poll found that most U.S. residents want the U.S. Supreme Court to change the law “by stopping legalized abortion or by returning the issue to the states,” said Carl Anderson, CEO of the Knights of Columbus, sponsor of the survey.
A news release announcing the poll’s results concluded “that a strong majority wants to elect candidates who support substantial abortion restrictions. And most Americans still reject the Supreme Court’s reasoning in the 1973 case,” Roe v. Wade, which was decided on Jan. 22 of that year.
Anderson said in the release that responses from self-identified abortion adherents advocating for restrictions show “how misleading it is to conflate the term ‘pro-choice’ with support” for “radically unrestricted abortion.”
The release reported that 41% of self-identified pro-choice adherents “are more likely to vote for candidates who support restrictions,” as are more than “nine in 10 who identify as pro-life (96%).”
When considering a presidential candidate, the poll found that “by a margin of 10 percentage points (45% to 35%), those who identify as pro-life are more likely to say abortion is a ‘major factor’ in their vote” compared to self-identified pro-choice adherents.
Full results of the poll are available on the Knights of Columbus…
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