CARE - ABORTION SURVEY OCTOBER 2017
A survey of UK adults, on behalf of CARE, around attitudes towards abortion and decriminalisation.
  • The majority of respondents (72%) support the idea that abortion should be governed by a legal framework
  • When asked to choose between pairs of statements, the statement with the most support, selected by around two in three people (62%), was that changing the law would not be good because there is already a significant window of 24 weeks when the opportunity exists to have a termination
  • A similar proportion (61%) agreed that changing the law would not be good because a baby might be perfectly healthy and under circumstances should not be terminated
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Date Published
07/11/2017
Client
CARE
Methodology
ComRes surveyed 2,031 British adults aged 18+ between 20th and 22nd October 2017. Data were weighted to be representative of British adults aged 18+ by age, gender, region and social grade. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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