Abortion Restrictions - Fetal Pain (February 2013)

Abortion Restrictions - Fetal Pain (February 2013)

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categorycolumn-1
Strongly support42%
Somewhat support15%
Somewhat oppose8%
Strongly oppose18%
Don't know16%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Strongly support18%44%64%
Somewhat support17%9%15%
Somewhat oppose13%7%4%
Strongly oppose33%17%4%
Don't know19%23%12%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Strongly support63%50%70%
Somewhat support16%22%12%
Somewhat oppose1%7%5%
Strongly oppose3%4%5%
Don't know17%17%8%

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categoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Strongly support16%28%15%
Somewhat support15%24%16%
Somewhat oppose15%9%13%
Strongly oppose39%20%35%
Don't know14%19%20%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Strongly support12%35%61%
Somewhat support17%15%15%
Somewhat oppose17%9%4%
Strongly oppose40%19%6%
Don't know15%22%14%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Strongly support37%65%73%
Somewhat support28%13%8%
Somewhat oppose5%6%1%
Strongly oppose9%5%6%
Don't know21%11%11%

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categoryLeaning liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Strongly support15%7%15%
Somewhat support19%16%15%
Somewhat oppose15%26%8%
Strongly oppose30%41%50%
Don't know22%11%12%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Strongly support18%51%72%
Somewhat support17%18%12%
Somewhat oppose14%9%2%
Strongly oppose34%9%4%
Don't know17%13%9%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Strongly support48%26%34%
Somewhat support14%17%18%
Somewhat oppose8%11%8%
Strongly oppose16%22%19%
Don't know13%24%21%

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categoryMaleFemale
Strongly support40%44%
Somewhat support15%16%
Somewhat oppose10%7%
Strongly oppose19%17%
Don't know16%16%

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categoryMarriedSeparatedDivorcedWidowedSingleDomestic Partnership
Strongly support51%26%36%32%30%30%
Somewhat support14%13%20%19%16%18%
Somewhat oppose7%30%13%10%10%1%
Strongly oppose15%15%11%8%26%33%
Don't know13%15%20%31%18%17%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Strongly support33%42%55%
Somewhat support18%15%11%
Somewhat oppose9%8%8%
Strongly oppose22%17%13%
Don't know17%18%12%

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