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Title says this:

America is now overwhelmingly pro-choice.

Actual polling cited says this:

Recent research from the Pew Research Center indicates that 69 percent of Americans — or 7 in 10 — say Roe v. Wade should not be completely overturned.

Which brings the premise of the piece perilously close to ‘fake news’ territory.

There’s a whole gamut of pro-life proposals that large numbers of Americans support: parental notification in the case of minors, restrictions past 20 weeks, prohibition on partial birth abortion, prohibition on sex selection abortion. That hardly qualifies as ‘overwhelmingly’ pro-abortion.

And that doesn’t even touch on confusion among large numbers of the public re: what overturning Roe v. Wade would actually do. It wouldn’t actually ban abortion, like many believe, but simply return the matter to the states.

Depending on how such a decision was written, some states could even enact more liberal abortion laws.

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