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Public views of abortion in all 50 states (plus the District of Columbia) would take on an added importance if Roe v. Wade were overturned.
Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court has triggered a national debate over the future of abortion law given that he’d be replacing retiring justice Anthony Kennedy, who had previously been a tie-breaking vote to uphold the 1973 ruling, which limited the ability of states to impose restrictions on abortion.
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While it would take many steps before it were to happen, if the ruling were struck down, the abortion issue would increasingly be fought out at the state level. An analysis of the state-by-state polling helps provide some insight into how abortion law could end up varying across the country in a post-Roe universe.
Looking at the data from a 2014 survey from Pew Research Center (displayed in the map below), demonstrates the vast regional differences on abortion.
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