• Nick Sorrentino

New Poll: 2/3 of Americans Support Overturning Roe v. Wade

It does seem that abortion, like capital punishment, should be a state level issue to us. As it was before. It appears a large number of Americans agree.

Overturning Roe v. Wade would not outlaw abortion in the USA. It would however likely mean that some states would individually move to ban the procedure.

(From PJ Media)
"Almost two-thirds, 65 percent, would like the Supreme Court to reinterpret Roe in a way that would functionally overturn it," Andrew Walther, KOC's communications and government affairs executive, told reporters on a call...
...Most Americans either wanted the Court to make abortion illegal (16 percent) or to "allow states to make certain restrictions" (49 percent). Both of these outcomes would effectively overturn Roe v. Wade.

So there doesn't seem to be some anti-abortion groundswell, but there is quite a lot of movement (and political cover for policy change) on the issue.

The American bias on abortion appears to be toward more restrictive and more local than the current state of affairs.

Click here for the article.