A New York Times op-ed gave President Obama too much credit for moderation, but it’s right to say Democratic politicians are becoming too extreme on abortion.
The results don’t reflect a short-term change in public opinion, and the order of questions can change responses.
Incomplete statistics make it hard to determine how the policy has affected the incidence of abortion overseas.
Shifts in polling and changes in policy suggest that Americans could well be becoming more opposed to abortion.
A new poll shows that Democratic-primary voters are now more likely to support the former vice president, but general-election voters are less likely.
A new study criticizing the Mexico City policy is lacking data and rigor.