Voters across US favor Texas style abortion ban after 20 weeks

ABC News:

..., reflecting underlying unease with abortion, more say it should be legal without limitation only up to 20 weeks (as in some recent state laws), as opposed to about 24 weeks, as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the landmark Roe v. Wade case; the division is 56-27 percent (an additional 8 percent volunteer that it should never be legal).
It is interesting how ABC chose to word the findings.  But when you add the 8 percent who oppose abortion in all cases with the 56 percent who oppose it after 20 weeks the majority opposition at 20 weeks approaches two-thirds of all voters.   The Wendy Davis position loses big time across the country as well as Texas.  There is not as much support for improving the health requirements of providers.


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