They, like Democratic politicians and most other liberals, thought the overturn of Roe v. Wade would energize fans of legal abortion to come out and vote this fall. Instead, it looks like those voters are now less likely to turn out than they were previously — and significantly less likely to turn out than pro-lifers.
Among those who believe the Dobbs abortion decision “is not a major loss for women’s rights,” 70% say that are “likely to vote” in November. Among those who think it is a “major loss for women’s rights,” only 52% say they are
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