By Dave Andrusko With just 43 days to go until the mid-term elections, attention is really picking up. Currently, the Senate is evenly divided 50-50 with pro-abortion Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tie-breaking vote, and the Democrats hold a slim 221-212 majority in the House of Representatives. Over the weekend, the Washington Post/ABC survey …Continue reading "43 days until the mid-term elections, encouraging news from the latest surveys"
By Dave Andrusko The Trafalgar Group has consistently been more accurate in its polling, a reputation that was enhanced greatly because they predicted Donald Trump would be elected President in 2016 against the overwhelming consensus that Hillary Clinton would win. Robert Cahaly is the Trafalgar Group’s Senior Strategist and Pollster and the public face of …Continue reading "Another poll “shows nearly 60% of #Americans support a proposed 15-week federal abortion restriction”"
By Dave Andrusko A poll conducted earlier this month to gauge where Ohio voters are ahead of the midterm election also asked about Ohio’s Heartbeat Law in addition to questions about the race for Governor, the Senate, and the House of Representatives. “Results from a poll by NBC4, Emerson College and The Hill shows Ohio …Continue reading "Poll finds 50% of Ohio voters support state’s Heartbeat Law"
By Dave Andrusko November 8th—the date of the pivotal mid-term elections which may possibly signal the impact of the Dobbs decision which on June 24th gave Roe v. Wade its just deserves. Already pollsters are nervous that they will bungle the outcomes as has been the case repeatedly. Take David Leonhardt, of The New York …Continue reading "So how far off are the polls?"
By Dave Andrusko On the day that the South Carolina House of Representatives is debating the Human Life Protection Act (H5399) comes extremely encouraging news. The Trafalgar Group reports that a survey found that 19.7% believed that abortion should be legal in the first trimester until a fetal heartbeat can be detected, roughly six weeks; …Continue reading "Trafalgar survey finds that 61% of South Carolinians would ban almost all abortions"
By Olivia Gans Turner, President, Virginia Society for Human Life Last month the American Association of Pro-life Obstetricians and Gynecologists released a poll that confirms what pro-life activists have always known: Most people don’t know how far Roe went. It also proves that most people want reasonable rules put in place to protect women and …Continue reading "Majority supports reasonable rules to protect unborn babies and their mother"
By Right to Life UK According to the latest polling, while 65% of the population in the UK support abortion being available up to 14 weeks, only 39% support abortion being available up to 20 weeks. Polling from Ipsos released this month shows that only 39.8% of the British population and 38.7% of women in the …Continue reading "New polls show that minority of British public support abortion being available to 20 weeks"
By Dave Andrusko Last Friday we dissected the latest Washington Post–Schar School poll on abortion. For our purposes here, the headline makes the most important conclusion: “Americans who say abortion should be illegal in most or all cases are also more likely to say they will definitely vote than those who say abortion should be …Continue reading "Americans, the reversal of Roe, and the impact on voting this fall"
By Dave Andrusko The results of the latest Washington Post-Schar School poll on abortion, released today, finds Prof. Mark Rozell “struggl[ing] to wrap my head around this disconnect.” “Nearly two-thirds of Americans say the end of Roe v. Wade represents a ‘major loss of rights’ for women, a Washington Post-Schar School poll finds, but those …Continue reading "Latest abortion poll: “Americans who say abortion should be illegal in most or all cases are also more likely to say they will definitely vote than those who say abortion should be legal, by 11 points”"
By Dave Andrusko The latest survey from the Marquette University Law School, released yesterday, cuts against the conventional wisdom that the overturning of Roe v. Wade would hurt Republican candidates, who are overwhelmingly pro-life, and benefit Democrats, whose passion to extend and expand abortion is unlimited. The headline to the poll is wordy and slightly …Continue reading "Following Dobbs decision, new Marquette Survey find “those favoring Roe’s overturning are more motivated to vote in November”"
By Dave Andrusko Yesterday Rasmussen Reports reported asking 1,000 Likely Voters “Should parental permission be required before an abortion is performed on girls under 18?”. By a margin of more than 2-to-1, voters believe parental permission should be required before an abortion is performed on girls under 18, with 60% in favor of requiring parental …Continue reading "Poll show strong support for parental permission and parental notification before a minor can have an abortion"
By Samantha Farnsworth The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) finally overturned Roe v. Wade in late June. The media has been in a frenzy, leftist states are preemptively enshrining nearly unlimited abortion, and Democrats in the U.S. House and Senate are desperately trying to legislate unrestricted abortion till birth. How does the public …Continue reading "Does Abortion Polling Tell the Truth? "