KFF Poll: Public Opinion and Knowledge on Reproductive Health Policy
P. Belluck. “Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump Rule on Abortion Referrals. The New York Times. April 25, 2019. Available at https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/25/science/title-x-injunction-abortion-referrals.html
Planned Parenthood clinics serve about 40 percent of the 4 million patients who receive care in clinics that receive Title X funding each year. https://khn.org/news/hhs-finalizes-rule-seeking-to-expel-planned-parenthood-from-family-planning-program/
According to a report released by Planned Parenthood Federation of American and Guttmacher Institute. Full report available at https://www.plannedparenthood.org/uploads/filer_public/71/bc/71bc6e9b-dff8-4201-8ed3-141df7dce0e2/190325-media-state-abortion-bans-snapshot-v6.pdf
B. Farmer and J. Fortier. “Heartbeat Bills Give State Lawmakers Pause on Anti-Abortion Tactics.” Kaiser Health News. April 16, 2019. Available at https://khn.org/news/heartbeat-bills-give-state-lawmakers-pause-on-anti-abortion-tactics/
J. Rovner. “If High Court Reverses Roe V. Wade, 22 States Poised To Ban Abortion.” Kaiser Health News. July 10, 2018. Available at https://khn.org/news/if-high-court-reverses-roe-v-wade-22-states-are-likely-to-ban-abortion/
States with enacted trigger laws: Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Dakota, North Dakota; states with proposed trigger laws: Georgia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, Texas, Washington.
Previous KFF polling has found that large majorities of the public say it is important for the ACA’s requirements affecting women be kept in place.