Democrats’ Last Advantage Just Went To ZERO

According to Rasmussen Reports, the Democrats’ advantage on the abortion question has “dwindled to statistical insignificance,” despite the fact that over half of respondents identify as pro-choice.

According to the most recent Rasmussen poll, 45% of likely American voters believe that Democrats will handle abortion better than Republicans, 43% believe that Republicans would manage it better, and 12% are unsure.

As per the survey findings, the Democrats’ lead on the abortion question has decreased significantly since last November, when they were leading by 11 points. It was as high as four points (43 percent to 39 percent) in January.

According to the survey, about half of voters (49 percent) identify as pro-choice, 42% as pro-life, and 10% are unsure. Since Rasmussen conducted a survey on the topic in January, the most recent results have remained unchanged.

It should come as no surprise that 75% of people who identify as pro-choice believe Democrats will handle the abortion issue better. Republicans are likewise more trusted among pro-life voters (74%).

According to political affiliation, 64% of GOP voters identify as pro-life, compared to 72% of Democrats who claim they are normally pro-choice. Voters without affiliation have a broadly divided opinion on the matter; 46% identify as pro-choice, 41% as pro-life, and 4% say they are unclear.

Eighty percent of Republicans and eighty percent of Democrats believe that their party will handle the abortion issue better than any other. 19% of unaffiliated voters are undecided, but 41% of them trust Republicans and 41% of Democrats more, according to the study results.

Men and women are equally inclined to support abortion (50 percent to 47 percent). It’s interesting to note that 47 percent of males and 44 percent of females say they trust Democrats to handle the abortion issue.

By a margin of 50% to 37%, young voters under 40 strongly choose Democrats to handle the abortion issue. According to the report, older voters “but by tiny margins” trust Republicans more on the topic.

Between June 18 and 20, 1,080 likely voters participated in the survey. With a 95% confidence level, the sampling error margin is ±3 percentage points.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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