Approval of Texas enacting policies designed to... (August 2022)

Approval of Texas enacting policies designed to... (August 2022)

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Expand legal access to abortion services50%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses29%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion26%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal26%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail25%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Expand legal access to abortion services78%39%28%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses12%24%44%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion13%19%39%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal13%19%39%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail9%20%38%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Expand legal access to abortion services82%64%82%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses6%19%13%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion5%20%13%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal5%20%13%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail3%16%10%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Expand legal access to abortion services26%40%22%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses30%35%55%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion29%30%49%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal29%30%49%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail24%28%48%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Expand legal access to abortion services82%50%26%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses14%21%43%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion14%19%39%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal14%19%39%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail14%18%38%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Expand legal access to abortion services76%83%87%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses15%15%12%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion18%14%12%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal18%14%12%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail10%15%13%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Expand legal access to abortion services48%19%17%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses24%44%58%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion19%41%51%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal19%41%51%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail18%40%51%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Expand legal access to abortion services44%62%55%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses31%24%25%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion27%26%24%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal27%26%24%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail29%19%21%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Expand legal access to abortion services45%54%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses31%26%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion30%22%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal30%22%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail27%24%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Expand legal access to abortion services60%47%37%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses31%26%35%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion30%22%31%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal30%22%31%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail28%20%33%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Expand legal access to abortion services53%51%49%46%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses32%32%27%27%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion30%29%24%23%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal30%29%24%23%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail29%29%23%21%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Expand legal access to abortion services57%49%48%41%50%56%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses29%33%23%24%30%31%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion14%33%22%26%28%18%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal14%33%22%26%28%18%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail13%29%21%27%25%20%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Expand legal access to abortion services35%46%57%78%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses42%29%20%10%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion39%25%16%8%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal39%25%16%8%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail39%23%15%8%

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Expand legal access to abortion services35%44%75%35%
Penalize companies that pay for abortion related travel expenses49%29%12%13%
Dedicate more state resources to enforcing the state’s ban on abortion48%23%12%20%
Prevent women from accessing abortion in states where abortion is still legal48%23%12%20%
Prevent women from receiving medicated abortion pills through the mail43%24%10%12%

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