According to a Marquette Law School Recording Less than a third of Americans today want to see Roe v. Wade, the important decision of the Supreme Court that protects the right of a pregnant woman to choose reproductive health care without excessive restriction by the government, is overturned.
The survey found only 20% of the public was favored to Roe v. Wade to reverse, with 50% opposed to it, and 29% saying they do not have enough information to form an opinion.
The finding is in line with a University of Monmouth poll, which found that 62% of Americans believe that the Supreme Court should leave the decision as it is. Similarly, 67% of Americans who responded to a Admission to Quinnipiac University said they agree with Roe v. Wade.
The court will hear oral arguments ia Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, A Mississippi case limiting abortion to 15 weeks. The case is upsetting about abortion providers and women’s advocates who fear it could lead to the overthrow of Roe v. Wade.
Alan is a writer, editor and news junkie in New York.