Seventy percent of Americans oppose the Texas law that permits private citizens to sue anyone who “aids and abets” in an abortion following the roughly six-week gestation period, according to the latest Monmouth University poll.
“The American public is largely pro-choice, although many would accept some limitations on abortion access,” Monmouth University Polling Institute Director Patrick Murray wrote in analyzing the results.
Plaintiffs can recover at least $10,000 for each abortion prohibited under the law, a provision opposed by 81% of adults in the poll.
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