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Personal Religiosity and Attitudes Toward Abortion

Americans' personal religiosity is significantly related to their abortion attitudes, even after controlling for religious and political identity and other demographic variables.

Abortion Poised to Be a Bigger Voting Issue Than in Past

Twenty-seven percent of U.S. voters say candidates for major offices must share their views on abortion to get their vote, the highest in any election year.

Americans' Steady -- and Deeply Divided -- Views on Abortion

Lydia Saad, Gallup's director of U.S. social research, joins the podcast to discuss Americans' persisting division on the issue of abortion.

Since SCOTUS Leak, Public Has 'Moved to the Left' on Abortion

Lydia Saad joins the podcast to discuss the latest on public attitudes on abortion, views on its moral acceptability and how important the issue is to Americans' vote.

'Pro-Choice' Identification Rises to Near Record High in U.S.

A poll conducted mostly after news broke that the Supreme Court may overturn Roe v. Wade finds an uptick in support for abortion being broadly legal.

Americans' Steady -- and Deeply Divided -- Views on Abortion

Gallup's Director of U.S. Social Research Lydia Saad joins the podcast to discuss Americans' persisting division on the issue of abortion.

Texas Aligned With Red States on Abortion

Gallup data since 2011 indicate that Texas residents' views on abortion closely mirror those of residents in solidly Republican states.

Steady 58% of Americans Do Not Want Roe v. Wade Overturned

Just over one-third of Americans, 35%, want Roe v. Wade overturned, while a steady 58% prefer that it stand.

Abortion Laws More Unsettling to Americans in 2022

Americans' satisfaction with the nation's abortion policies is at a two-decade low of 24%, while the percentage who are dissatisfied because they believe the laws are too strict is at a high of 30%.

Where Do Americans Stand on Abortion?

Most Americans favor abortion being legal to some degree, but there is wide disagreement about the extent.
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