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Politico poll: 80% of voters in competitive states want abortion restricted

Pro-life baby on American flagAs is customary for a mainstream media outlet, Politico spun the results of its new poll question on abortion pretty much 180 degrees:

When it comes to abortion rights, however, midterm voters are more aligned with Democrats than with Republicans: 54 percent say they support the right to an abortion either with no restrictions (19 percent) or some restrictions (35 percent).

Forty-five percent said there should be either a near-total abortion ban with some exceptions (34 percent) or a total ban on the procedure (11 percent).

Without looking at the numbers, a pro-lifer’s heart might sink by that news. But indeed, check out those numbers:

New Stanek poll: Does Emily Letts’ abortion video help or hurt the pro-choice movement?

I have a new poll question up:

Do you think Emily Letts’ “abortion video” helps or hurts the pro-choice movement?

Vote on the lower right side of the home page.

Regarding the last poll, the middle top vote getter would seemingly fall into the category, “Which of these things is not like the others?” don’t you think?

New Stanek poll: My pick for 2016 GOP presidential nominee is…

imageI have a new poll question up:

My pick for 2016 Republican presidential nominee is…

Yes, it’s early! But the field is vastly populated with hopefuls, and it’s not too soon for pro-life voices to be heard.

Choices in alpha order are: John Bolton, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Rick Perry, Marco Rubio, Paul Ryan, Rick Santorum, and Scott Walker.

Vote on the lower right side of the home page, but make comments here, not there.

Our previous poll question and responses were:

New CNN poll: Most Americans don’t like or want to pay for abortion

A new CNN poll has found that more than half of Americans believe abortion should be restricted, and a majority of Americans oppose taxpayer funding of abortions. According to CNN, 27% of those surveyed said abortion should be legal in all circumstances, while 13% said the practice should be legal in most circumstances. However, 38% […]

New Stanek poll: Will the Obamacare website be fixed by November 30, as promised?

imageEveryone knows what a debacle the Obamacare website rollout was on October 1.

This was just one small part of the catastrophe. Everyone also knows President Obamacare has now admitted welching on his oft-stated promise, “If you like your plan you can keep it.” At least five million people have thus far lost their insurance thanks to Obamacare.

New Stanek poll: Should parents “fix” preborns with Down syndrome if possible?

imageI have a new poll question up:

Researchers have found a way to “shut off” the extra chromosome leading to Down syndrome. If in the future parents can avert DS, do you think they should?

Our last poll question was:

Huffington Post: 59% support 20-week abortion ban

SUNDAYAGE-AGEWhen even the Huffington Post turns against you, where is an abortion supporter to go? From HuffPo, today:

Most Americans would favor sweeping new national restrictions on abortion after the 20th week of pregnancy, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. But the poll also shows many Americans remain conflicted in their views on abortion.

By a margin of 59% to 30%, respondents to the new poll said they would favor a federal law banning abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Noted David Freddoso at ConservativeIntel.com:

New Stanek poll: Will we finally see an abortion-free state in 2013?

Poll 2.pngI have a new poll question up:

The fate of at least 3 abortion clinics that are the sole providers in their state hangs in the balance. Will we finally see an abortion-free state in 2013?

Those states are Alabama, Mississippi, and North Dakota.

What do you think?

Our last poll question was:


Who Is Jill Stanek?

Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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