Most Americans feel somewhere in the "middle" about abortion.
Pew Research Center
As the country approaches what could be a watershed moment in the history of abortion laws and policies, relatively few Americans on either side of the debate take an absolutist view on the legality of abortion – either supporting or opposing it at all times, regardless of circumstances. By contrast, 71% say it should be mostly legal or mostly illegal or say there are exceptions to their blanket support for or opposition to legal abortion. The survey was conducted in March, before the publication of a leaked draft of a Supreme Court opinion that suggests the court is poised to strike down Roe v. Wade.
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