Poll Reveals 65% of Americans Disapprove of Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

After the Supreme Court overturned nationwide abortion rights two years ago, a recent poll by CNN showed that most voting-age Americans are displeased with the decision. The poll, published on Wednesday, found that 65% of U.S. adults disapproved of the high court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which reversed Roe v. Wade. Only 34% of adults supported the court’s decision.

The poll also revealed that around 49% of those surveyed wanted to see federal action to protect women’s abortion access, while 37% agreed that the issue of abortion should be left to the states. The Democrats have been focusing on abortion access as a key issue in their political campaigns, with President Biden and other party members promising to establish Roe as a federal law.

The survey was conducted by SSRS, and it involved 1,212 adults from April 18 to 23. There is a margin of error of plus or minus 3.4%. Since the Dobbs decision, which shifted the abortion issue back to the states, more than a dozen states have prohibited abortion.

Written by Staff Reports

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