According to Politico, subjects in the survey were asked if they agreed with the following statement:

While the current political debate focuses too much on abortion, there is a much broader discussion that needs to happen around reproductive health. We may have different opinions about abortion, so rather than continuing to argue about this one issue, our elected officials should focus on the broader context like providing greater access to birth control, teaching comprehensive sex education and improving maternal health and childbirth outcomes. These are issues that will allow us to come together.

Seventy-nine percent of adults agreed with the statement, with 49 percent agreeing “strongly.” #

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