Tamayo: Roe opinionnbad news for Florida

May 05, 2022 View Original Article
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    78% Extremely Conservative

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    -61% Negative

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56% : Let's be clear: abortion is health care.
51% : Abortion is still legal in Florida, and clinics and support networks remain open and are providing care to patients throughout the state.
49% : Politicians should make sure abortion is safe, legal, and accessible and then stay out of it.
45% : Regardless of how one feels about abortion at different points in a pregnancy, a person's health, not political agendas, should drive important medical decisions.
44% : A Gallup poll finds that 80% of the American public think abortion should be legal.
42% :Taking away the constitutional right to abortion will open the floodgates for states across the country, including Florida, to outlaw reproductive freedom and take control over our bodies and futures.
38% : The leaked US Supreme Court draft majority opinion in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case shows our constitutional right to abortion, to control our own bodies, is in grave jeopardy, both nationally and here in Florida.
38% : If 50 years of protections under Roe v. Wade is overturned by a handful of Justices hostile to abortion rights, it is estimated that 26 states could swiftly move to ban abortion.
36% : Abortion bans and restrictions are deeply unpopular, with a Washington Post-ABC poll finding that 75% of people want decisions on abortion left to the woman and her doctor, including 95% of Democrats, 81% of independents and 53% of Republicans.

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