In May 2012, Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs poll found a significant decline in Americans self-identifying as “pro-choice.”
Gallup first asked Americans to define their views on abortion in 1995. Today, a near-record 50 percent of U.S. adults consider themselves “pro-life.” Other results noted men, nonwhites and Southerners more likely to display pro-life standpoint.
Read more from Gallup:
“Pro-Choice” Americans at Record-Low 41%
In U.S., Nonreligious, Postgrads Are Highly “Pro-Choice”
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