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Abortion rights won the US midterms

Nov 09, 2022 View Original Article
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52% : But voters showed up for abortion, essentially curbing what was expected to be a red wave, and demonstrating that the protection of fundamental women's rights is supported by US voters of both major parties.
42% : In Kentucky, a Republican stronghold, a constitutional amendment to explicitly deny the right to abortion was on the ballot.
39% :Political analysts had warned that American women weren't going to be galvanized by the focus on abortion, and that putting reproductive rights at the center of the Democratic agenda was going to backfire.
36% : After the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade, access to abortion remains under threat, banned, or severely limited in a majority of states.
24% : Questions pertaining abortion were on the ballot in five states, and two gubernatorial races posed immediate consequences in terms of access to abortion.

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