A Slight but Steady Majority Favors Keeping Abortion Legal
From Roe to Stenberg: A History of Key Abortion Rulings by the Supreme Court
Trends in Attitudes Toward Religion and Social Issues: 1987-2007
As the '08 elections approach, what are the views of Republicans, Democrats and the general public on "social values" issues? And how have they changed over time?
After Gonzales v. Carhart : The Future of Abortion Jurisprudence
The High Court Upholds the Federal Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act
Abortion Middle Ground
That's the percentage of American adults who support finding "a middle ground" when it comes to abortion. Three-in-ten Americans believe "there's no room for compromise when it comes to abortion laws."
Oppose Making Abortion Less Accessible
That's the percentage of American adults who oppose making it more difficult for women to obtain abortions -- 35% favor such a move.
High Court Decision Could Raise Abortion’s Profile in Campaign
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