In the six months after the Supreme Court ruling that ended the federal right to an abortion, there were about 32,000 fewer abortions than expected in the United States, according to a new analysis.
There were about 5,000 fewer legal abortions each month, on average, than there were in the months before the ruling – a drop of about 6%.
I thought the most interesting thing about the report was the before/after chart by state starting on page 9. Look at the “before” column and notice that the number of abortions is nowhere near linear by population. The states had different restrictions prior to Dobbs, but abortions were still generally available for most of the time for all pregnancies. The difference in abortion rates seems to be indicative of the varying cultural preferences in each state more so than the legal restrictions. Of course, those differing legal restrictions in each state were also reflective of the cultural variances in each state.
I guess it just confirms what we knew… liberals just really like to abort their babies much more than conservatives.
liberals just really like to abort their babies much more than conservatives.
They also heavily prefer pushing and promoting the abortions of black babies, following the playbook of their foundress.
That’s weird isn’t it Dad? The modern Dem playbook is that every minority matters…to get more votes. It seems like a clear contradiction of purpose for them to want less black babies in the US. You would think they would be encouraging black babies and fighting crime better in cities where more than 90% of black victims are killed by black perpetrators.
See now to me THAT is following their playbook. Talk about the plights of different groups, but help them not at all. The psychopathic mindset of the modern Democratic politician, zero empathy.
Talk about the plights of different groups, but help them not at all.
You can look up what LBJ had to say after he signed “Great Society” about which group of people would be voting (D) for 100 years. He was right. The plan was to create the plantation.