The Texas Tribune reports:
At a time when Texas is poised to outlaw the vast majority of abortions if the nation’s highest court overturns constitutional protections for the procedure, a recent University of Texas at Austin poll shows most Texan voters think access to abortion should be allowed in some form. Texas would make performing most abortions a felony if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
The survey found that 78% of respondents believe abortion should be allowed in some form while only 15% said it should be never permitted. Around 39% of poll respondents said Texans should always be able to obtain abortions as a matter of personal choice, and 11% of respondents thought abortions should be available for other reasons in addition to pregnancy resulting from rape.
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Only 15% of respondents to a recent University of Texas at Austin poll said access to the procedure should be completely outlawed. https://t.co/c2V3OQoKF9
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