Less than a third of women “prefer” our abortion status quo

This week, during interviews on the anniversary of the Morgentaler decision, a pro-choice MP referred to the new Angus Reid poll on abortion. I read it through and found a few of the findings quite interesting. I wrote about it at ProWomanProLife:

Most women want to see restrictions on abortion. Two thirds of women, exactly 66%, do not “prefer” to have abortion on demand available to them.


It’s interesting that a larger percentage of men than women prefer our “any time for any reason” reality. Why is that? And why do women want more restrictions placed on abortion? This result seems to run contrary to our cultural narrative.

Read the rest of the post here.