Liberals, radical feminists and officials tied to Planned Parenthood would have America believe that most women in the country want unfettered access to abortion, absent legislative controls.
But that’s a bit of special interest skewing, to say the least. Most Americans don’t relish the idea of late-term abortion, at the very least.
And this new poll just shows how very, very little Americans think of the procedure.
“A majority of voters support the legislation known as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a measure that would restrict abortions past the fifth month of pregnancy,” Breitbart reported.
By the numbers, 64 percent favor restrictions on late-term abortions, and would like to see the legislation become law. And of that 43 percent described themselves as strong supporters of the bill.
“Additionally, 78 percent of millennial voters support the legislation, as do 67 percent of women, 70 percent of blacks and 57 percent of Hispanic voters,” the news site said.
How’s that for a clear message, Planned Parenthood?
In a letter published by Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life organization, Donald Trump vowed to sign the legislation if it makes it to his White House desk.
“Last year Donald Trump told CBN that the United States ‘should not be one of seven countries that allows elective abortions after 20 weeks. It goes against our core values,'” SBA List’s president Marjorie Dannenfelser said, Breitbart reported. “A majority of voters – including women, young people, Hispanics and African-Americans – agree.”
Meanwhile, another poll from Marist reveals eight of 10 Americans think abortion should be restricted to the first three months of pregnancy, at the very most.