Poll results have found that a majority of voters support the legislation known as the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, a measure that would restrict abortions past the fifth month of pregnancy.
The survey’s results show that 64 percent of voters nationwide favor the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, with 43 percent strongly supporting it. Additionally, 78 percent of millennial voters support the legislation, as do 67 percent of women, 70 percent of blacks, and 57 percent of Hispanic voters.
According to the poll:
Among the 64% of respondents who support the legislation, more than two in three of them strongly support the bill, while among the 28% who oppose the legislation, 3 in 4 of them strongly oppose the bill.
While this legislation conjures sharp support and opposition on both sides of the issue, voters are about twice as likely to strongly support the measure (43%) than to strongly oppose the legislation (22%).