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Few US adults support full abortion bans, even in states that have them, an AP-NORC poll finds - Sentinel Colorado

Jul 12, 2023 View Original Article
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    98% Extremely Conservative

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    40% ReliableFair

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    100% Extremely Conservative

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    26% Negative

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57% : Thomas' state allows abortion until the fetus would be viable, generally considered to be around 24 weeks, and has become a destination for people from neighboring Kentucky, Missouri, Wisconsin and other places with travel bans for abortions.
48% : The poll found that 73% of all U.S. adults, including 58% of those in states with the strictest bans, believe abortion should be allowed at six weeks of pregnancy.
46% : Nearly half the states now allow abortion until between 20 and 27 weeks but bar it later than that in most cases.
43% : The majority of U.S. adults, including those living in states with the strictest limits on abortion, want it to be legal at least through the initial stages of pregnancy, a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds.
43% : The majority of U.S. adults, including those living in states with the strictest limits on abortion, want it to be legal at least through the initial stages of pregnancy, a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds.
43% : The poll was conducted in late June, one year after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, undoing a nationwide right to abortion that had been in place for nearly 50 years.
38% : But she said that around 20 weeks into pregnancy, she thinks abortion should not usually be an option.
38% : The poll finds that 1 in 10 Americans say they know someone who has either been unable to get an abortion or who has had to travel to get one in the last year, since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade -- and that this is especially common among young people, people of color and those living in states where abortion is banned at all stages of pregnancy.
38% : Nationally, about 4 in 10 people said it was too difficult to access abortion in their community, compared with about a quarter who think it's too easy.
38% :People in states with the strictest bans were slightly more likely to say abortion was too difficult to access compared with those living in the least restrictive states.
37% : While the laws have changed over the past year, the poll found that opinions on abortion remain much as they were a year ago: complex, with most people believing abortion should be allowed in some circumstances and not in others.
36% : Now, abortion is banned -- with varying exceptions -- at all stages of pregnancy in 14 states, including much of the South.
35% : Overall, about two-thirds of Americans say abortion should generally be legal, but only about a quarter say it should always be legal and only about 1 in 10 say it should always be illegal.
35% : That's Georgia, where abortion is banned once cardiac activity can be detected -- around six weeks and before women often know they're pregnant.
34% :About half of Americans say abortions should be permitted at the 15-week mark, though 55% of those living in the most restrictive states say abortion should be banned by that point.
27% : Robert Green, an 89-year-old politically independent rancher in Wyoming, where a judge has put on hold a ban on abortion throughout pregnancy, said he's supported abortion rights since before the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.

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