66% Of Voters Think Government Should Not Interfere In Reproductive Rights, COURIER/Data For Progress Poll Finds
WASHINGTON, DC — A New COURIER / Data For Progress poll released today shows a bipartisan majority of Americans — 66% — think the Government should not interfere in personal matters like reproductive rights.
KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THE POLL:
- A majority of voters oppose overturning Roe v. Wade, including a majority of Democrats (70%) and Independents (52%), and a third of Republicans (33%).
- A majority of voters (61%) say they would be very or somewhat concerned if the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
- A 66% majority of voters think the government should not interfere in reproductive rights, with Republicans split on the issue (48% should not interfere, 46% should interfere)
- A majority of voters (54%) say they would be more likely to vote for someone who is an outspoken defender of reproductive rights, this includes 73% of Democrats and a 53% majority of Independents, while a plurality of Republicans (38%) would be less likely to do the same
RC Di Mezzo