KFF Releases Public Opinion, Knowledge Poll On Reproductive Health Policy, Including Mexico City Policy

Kaiser Family Foundation: KFF Poll: Public Opinion and Knowledge on Reproductive Health Policy
In this poll, KFF examines public attitudes toward and knowledge of policies related to women’s reproductive health, including the Mexico City policy. The poll gauges awareness and attitudes towards restrictions on U.S. funding for foreign non-governmental organizations that provide abortions or counsel or refer for abortions, using their own funds, known as the Mexico City Policy. While the majority of the public does not support such restrictions, views diverge along partisan lines, with most Democrats and independents opposing them and most Republicans supporting the actions by the Trump administration (Kirzinger et al., 5/3).

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