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'Setting the record straight': Lila Rose on fighting abortion, strategies for the post-Roe generation

Jun 24, 2023 View Original Article
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    100% Extremely Conservative

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    75% ReliableGood

  • Policy Leaning

    100% Extremely Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    -14% Negative

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50% : The founder and president of Live Action, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about abortion, told The Christian Post this week that the pro-life movement is "united around the common principle of human rights."
49% : "But if you say, 'Would you support a ban after the baby's heart is beating?' most people will say 'yes.'"A 2022 poll conducted on behalf of Students for Life of America found that 52% of young adults supported banning abortion after an unborn baby's heartbeat becomes detectable, compared to 48% who opposed such bans.
49% : With Roe overturned, the Live Action founder believes there are three effective strategies for eradicating abortion in society.
47% : Rose said that Live Action hears from people daily, mostly young adults from Generation Z and Millenials, about how the organization has impacted their views on abortion, with some admitting the content led them to change their minds on the issue or become stronger in their pro-life convictions.
47% :Some studies have suggested, however, that younger people are more likely to support abortion.
47% : In addition, Rose called for public policy that would abolish funding for Planned Parenthood and abortion facilities, maintaining that funding should go towards supporting families instead.
44% : The survey assessed 834 young adults between the ages of 18 and 34 from Jan. 5-11, 2022 about their views on abortion and the Roe decision.
44% : For Rose, pro-life voters should seek to elect a candidate that is "uncompromising" in their position on abortion and recognizes their duty as an elected official to ensure equal protection under the law for all people, including the unborn.
42% : Amid discussions about the 2024 presidential race and the position candidates should take on abortion, Rose asserted that now is the time for "bold and uncompromising leadership."
41% : In addition to undercover investigative footage exposing abortion industry practices, the organization offers educational content on a variety of pro-life topics, including apologetics.
40% :Regarding whether pro-lifers should focus solely on ending abortion through grassroots advocacy instead of politics
40% : "Laws are huge teachers, laws make a big impact in states and countries that have banned abortion or limited abortion, and it dramatically affects the abortion rate.
39% : The survey asked respondents between March 2022 and December 2022 whether they think abortion should be legal in all cases, legal in most cases, illegal in most cases or illegal in all cases.
36% : The third strategy for ending abortion is to enact what Rose described as "aggressive abortion bans" at every state legislature as possible.
35% : The second strategy for ending abortion, according to Rose, involves educating the public, which has been fed propaganda about the unborn's humanity and the harm that abortion causes.
34% : "For example, if you asked the question, 'Do you support a ban on abortion at six weeks?' most people will say 'no,'" Rose said.
31% : According to New, polls that ask participants whether abortion should be legal in all cases, legal in most cases, illegal in most cases, or illegal in all cases typically show support for abortion.

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