How much time should a woman have to obtain a legal abortion: The family has very low income and cannot afford any more children (April 2024)

How much time should a woman have to obtain a legal abortion: The family has very low income and cannot afford any more children (April 2024)

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Never32%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy13%
Within 12 weeks15%
Within 24 weeks10%
Within 36 weeks5%
At any time during the pregnancy16%
Don’t know9%

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CategoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Never14%28%49%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy11%10%16%
Within 12 weeks15%22%14%
Within 24 weeks14%7%6%
Within 36 weeks9%0%2%
At any time during the pregnancy28%11%6%
Don’t know9%22%7%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Never10%26%10%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy4%12%12%
Within 12 weeks14%14%15%
Within 24 weeks22%9%15%
Within 36 weeks10%9%8%
At any time during the pregnancy32%18%32%
Don’t know8%12%8%

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CategoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Never53%42%52%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy13%17%16%
Within 12 weeks18%15%12%
Within 24 weeks3%8%7%
Within 36 weeks3%2%2%
At any time during the pregnancy5%8%5%
Don’t know6%9%7%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Never10%25%50%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy10%16%13%
Within 12 weeks12%16%17%
Within 24 weeks20%7%5%
Within 36 weeks10%4%2%
At any time during the pregnancy34%13%6%
Don’t know5%20%6%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Never17%11%5%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy8%10%10%
Within 12 weeks17%12%8%
Within 24 weeks23%20%17%
Within 36 weeks8%11%10%
At any time during the pregnancy19%32%46%
Don’t know8%3%4%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Never31%45%68%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy15%17%9%
Within 12 weeks24%19%9%
Within 24 weeks11%4%3%
Within 36 weeks5%1%1%
At any time during the pregnancy11%5%6%
Don’t know4%9%4%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Never37%23%27%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy11%12%17%
Within 12 weeks16%20%12%
Within 24 weeks13%3%7%
Within 36 weeks4%5%5%
At any time during the pregnancy11%28%19%
Don’t know8%10%13%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Never30%34%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy11%14%
Within 12 weeks16%14%
Within 24 weeks9%10%
Within 36 weeks6%4%
At any time during the pregnancy17%15%
Don’t know11%8%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Never30%31%39%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy15%10%15%
Within 12 weeks16%16%11%
Within 24 weeks9%10%12%
Within 36 weeks5%5%3%
At any time during the pregnancy18%17%10%
Don’t know8%10%10%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Never25%28%30%44%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy20%17%10%9%
Within 12 weeks21%14%14%14%
Within 24 weeks8%6%12%11%
Within 36 weeks4%4%5%4%
At any time during the pregnancy15%23%16%10%
Don’t know6%8%13%8%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Never30%31%33%30%36%29%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy21%14%10%12%11%16%
Within 12 weeks5%17%12%19%16%11%
Within 24 weeks2%7%10%8%12%14%
Within 36 weeks4%3%3%7%4%8%
At any time during the pregnancy4%17%17%21%14%15%
Don’t know35%10%15%3%7%7%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Never48%24%17%13%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy15%15%10%5%
Within 12 weeks11%20%20%14%
Within 24 weeks3%11%14%22%
Within 36 weeks2%5%13%6%
At any time during the pregnancy11%16%14%33%
Don’t know11%8%11%7%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
Never47%34%6%14%
Within the first 6 weeks of pregnancy18%12%4%18%
Within 12 weeks11%18%17%14%
Within 24 weeks4%9%23%8%
Within 36 weeks2%4%11%2%
At any time during the pregnancy8%16%35%6%
Don’t know10%7%5%37%

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