Most Americans disapprove of the Supreme Court’s recent decision to ban most abortions in Texas, with key aspects of the law — such as empowering individuals to enforce them in court — serving as national evidence, which ongoing research has strongly demonstrated. not popular.
A study by the University of Monmouth found that Texas law, which prohibits most abortions after six weeks and is one of the strictest in the country, is well known. The Supreme Court let the law take effect in a one-paragraph ruling on Sept. 1, but said it would consider future challenges.
This law is important because it allows individuals to sue anyone who helps a woman with an abortion, and a man who wins an abortion case can collect up to $10,000. Seventy percent of Americans surveyed are against private law enforcement, and 81 percent are against citizens who qualify for the $10,000 payment, which critics call “generosity.” Overall, the survey found that 54% disagreed with the court’s decision and 39% agreed.
Also on Monday, the court announced a December 1 hearing in Mississippi 15 weeks of separate abortion bans in which Rowe vs. Wade was a landmark decision granting constitutional abortion rights. .
Some legal experts saw the Texas decision as a sign that former US President Donald J. A 6-3 Conservative Majority with three Trump-appointed judges would change or significantly weaken Row.
Six in ten Americans in the new Monmouth poll wanted the court to overturn Rowe’s decision because only one in three said the 1973 precedent needed to be reconsidered.
The Mississippi verdict is expected next year amid the midterm race for control of Congress. Leading a debate can be both irritating and exciting to Democratic voters, but it also has the potential to bring Republicans together.
The guerrilla department on abortion is so clear, a new study in Monmouth confirms it. A Democrat majority, 73 percent, opposed a Texas court ruling that effectively banned abortions some women didn’t even know were pregnant. A Republican majority, 62 percent, supports the court.