Nonreligious, Postgrads Are Highly ‘Pro-Choice’

Most subgroups in the United States tend to describe their views on abortion as “pro-life” rather than “pro-choice,” reflecting the views of all U.S. adults. However, apart from the partisan distinctions in abortion ID that Gallup reviewed last week, there are two major exceptions to this — postgraduates and nonreligious Americans, both of whom lean heavily pro-choice. [cont.]

Lydia Saad, Gallup