Gallup Abortion Poll Fails to Reflect Americans' Nuanced Views

Boiling down a decades-long dispute dividing generations of Americans to a few simple polling questions fails to accurately capture the nuance of Americans’ attitudes towards abortion. A recent Gallup poll that purports to find most Americans oppose restrictions on abortion after the 18th week of pregnancy and support Roe v. Wade is a case in point.
A more careful analysis of American public opinion shows that while a majority of the public identifies as “pro-choice,” a supermajority also supports limiting abortion after the first three months of pregnancy. Reliance on the latest Gallup… Read More in Real Clear Politics