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Biden campaign banks on abortion question in Arizona

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    30% ReliableFair

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  • Politician Portrayal

    80% Negative

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57% : "Who's in the White House, who controls Congress, really, really matters to people's lives," he said.- 'Going back in history' -Going up against anti-abortion Republicans, the campaign's focus on reproductive rights "is going to sway a lot of Arizonans to vote Democrat," volunteer Liz Grumbach told AFP.
50% : Aware that abortion rights are hugely popular, Trump, who has pointed to his nomination of three conservative Supreme Court justices as a major accomplishment of his presidency, has been treading lightly on the subject lately, and seemed to rule out the possibility of a national ban were he reelected.
41% : Trump "he basically wants to take America back to the 1800s," Harris said in reference to the reinstatement of the 160-year-old law.
38% : That decision has pulled the issue to the forefront of the 2024 presidential campaign once again, as Democratic President Joe Biden positions himself as an unwavering defender of reproductive rights after the US Supreme Court -- many members of which were appointed by his Republican opponent Donald Trump -- overturned Roe v Wade in 2022.
33% : Democrats are mobilizing on the ground, especially motivated by the fact that Biden beat Trump in Arizona by only a little more than 10,000 votes in 2020.

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