lemonfemale Wrote:
Jan 28, 2013 7:15 AM
Not really. Much has been made of a PEW poll showing 64% want Roe v Wade retained. However, only 62% of that sample knew the decision dealt with abortion. Even abortion for rape loses majority support after the first trimester. And people do not favor unrestricted abortion at any time. Your statistics are wrong. 22% of all pregnancies in the US are aborted. 13% of those women ID as evangelicals. The people who exceed the average are Black (37% of abortions 13% of population) Hispanic (22% of abortions, 16% of population) The cohort of aborted women is more Black/Hispanic than the cohort of American women.