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How US state abortion laws compare globally

May 05, 2022 View Original Article
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    -86% Extremely Liberal

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  • Policy Leaning

    86% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    1% Positive

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

52% : But in other states, women would continue to have broader access to abortion than their counterparts in many rich countries.
46% : Since the US has no federal laws to protect access to abortion, states would revert to their own statutes.
44% : But in some states, women have fewer gestational limits on abortion than in many other countries.
43% : Despite efforts to limit access to abortion, Roe v. Wade has preserved American women's right to terminate a pregnancy, a basic protection not available to many women around the world.
43% :Of course, that picture would change if the Supreme Court rolls back federal protections on abortion.
32% : If the US Supreme overturns the decision, as suggested by a leaked draft opinion, abortion would become illegal in many US states, putting them on par with countries with some of the world's most restrictive laws.
29% : More than a dozen have laws in the books already that would ban abortion in most circumstances if Roe v. Wade is thrown out.

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