Abortion rights have long been ballot winners — but post-Roe, even more so

In the past few years, the abortion rights debate has become a topic of high-profile political discourse, with the Supreme Court ruling on abortion rights cases and the debate over Roe v. Wade reaching a fever pitch in the 2020 election. But abortion rights have been a ballot winner ever since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. Polls conducted both before and after Roe v. Wade have revealed that a majority of Americans are in favor of the decision and of maintaining legal access to abortion services. This was especially true in the 2020 election, when abortion rights was one of the top issues influencing voters’ decisions. This trend is likely to continue post-Roe, as legislators, activists, and voters recognize the importance of maintaining access to safe, legal abortion.


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