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Biden gives major abortion speech in final run-up to midterms

Oct 19, 2022 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    96% Extremely Conservative

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  • Policy Leaning

    98% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -46% Negative

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

42% : It's abortion, however, that Biden sees as a potential game-changer, with anger seething over the Supreme Court's shock decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the historic ruling from half a century ago that enshrined access to abortions nationwide.
40% : There's no questioning the passion swirling around abortion on the political stage.
40% :Abortion scored a lowly five percent of likely voters.
33% : In his speech, Biden will return to the message he has repeatedly hammered, casting Republicans as seeking extreme restrictions on abortion and urging voters to use the midterms to rally around the issue.
33% : The bad news for Democrats, however, is that polls show abortion is far down the list of concerns motivating most voters.
32% : President Joe Biden sought Tuesday to make the battle over abortion a centerpiece of the midterm elections, hoping to help Democrats claw back ground as polls show Americans far more concerned by the economy.
32% : Midterm votes typically see the party in the White House punished and this year the Democrats face a potential tsunami of discontent over an unpopular president, post-pandemic economic woes and fierce cultural wars around schools, gender issues and abortion.
8% : Biden will note how "nearly half the states in the United States have either passed a ban on abortion, or will shortly, and in many states, abortion is already banned even in cases of rape and incest," the Democratic official, who asked not to be identified, said ahead of Biden's address.

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