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Public Attitudes towards Abortion 5 September 2011 More (53%) agree than disagree (17%) that a woman should not have to continue with her pregnancy if she wants an abortion. Agreement has fallen from 65% in 2001 and 63% in 2006 Public Attitudes towards Abortion
Attitudes Towards Abortion Survey 20 May 2008 In total, 19% of all respondents disagree that, in general, all women should have the right of access to an abortion, 57% agree and 24% are neutral, do not know or prefer not to answer. Attitudes Towards Abortion Survey
Attitudes To Abortion 28 November 2006 Ipsos MORI has been examining attitudes to abortion on behalf of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) via three surveys since 1997. These findings have also been trended with a 1980 MORI question on abortion from a survey for the Sunday Times. Attitudes To Abortion
Attitudes To Abortion - trends 28 November 2006 Ipsos MORI has been examining attitudes to abortion on behalf of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) via surveys since 1997. These findings have also been trended with a 1980 MORI question on abortion from a survey for the Sunday Times. Attitudes To Abortion - trends
Public Attitudes Towards Candidates' Position On Abortion 19 March 2002 Research conducted by MORI's Social Research Institute on behalf of BPAS asks: Public Attitudes Towards Candidates' Position On Abortion
New Poll Shows More People Support Abortion Very Strongly 5 December 2001 New research by MORI's Social Research Institute shows that two-thirds (65%) of people in Great Britain agree that if a woman wants an abortion she should not have to continue with her pregnancy. Around one in six disagree and a similar proportion are neutral or express no opinion on this issue. New Poll Shows More People Support Abortion Very Strongly
Life Or Death Dilemma For Parents 29 March 1999 An amazing 30% of adults in Britain say they would consider an abortion if they discovered their unborn baby was affected by a serious inherited disease, according to a recent MORI poll commissioned by Action Research, one of the UK's leading medical research charities. Life Or Death Dilemma For Parents
Abortion - Whose Choice? Oct 1997 A recent MORI poll shows that one in three people (34%) believe that the law should be changed to give pregnant women the right to an abortion in any circumstances. However, just over half (51%) disagree that the law should be so changed. Abortion - Whose Choice?
Public Attitudes to candidates' positions on a Gun Ban, Abortion & The Death Penalty 6 April 1997 Q I'd like to ask you about things that might make you change your vote. Please tell me how likely or unlikely you would be to switch your vote to another party if the candidate of your preferred party ... Public Attitudes to candidates' positions on a Gun Ban, Abortion & The Death Penalty
British Public Opinion, June 1978 June 1978 Poll for the Daily Express including political opinions, economic optimism and attitudes to the Death Penalty and the laws on abortion British Public Opinion, June 1978
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