Fewer women believe there is a widespread attack on women's reproductive rights

Rick Moran
More than three in ten women think that there is a GOP war on women's reproductive rights, according to the latest Kaiser poll. A larger percentage - 42% - believe that some groups want to limit these rights, but that there is no widespread effort to deny them. Three in ten women (31 percent) overall believe that there is currently a "wide-scale effort to limit women's reproductive health choices and services, such as abortion, family planning, and contraception" in the U.S.  A larger share (45 percent) say there are some groups that would like to limit women's reproductive health choices and services but it is not a wide-scale effort, while others volunteer that no such effort exists (7 percent) or decline to offer an opinion (17 percent). For many women, women's reproductive health issues resonate on a personal level, with 42 percent reporting that they took some action in the past six months in reaction to something they've seen, heard or read. This includes...(Read Full Post)

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