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Most Florida Voters Support Abortion Amendment


A University of North Florida poll finds a majority of Florida voters say they would vote yes on a constitutional amendment ensuring abortion access until fetal viability around 24 weeks, 62% to 29%.

Said pollster Michael Binder: “If this amendment does make it on the ballot, initiatives like this one need a supermajority of 60% in order to pass, and it looks like the proposed abortion amendment is right at that threshold among these respondents. Even among registered Republicans, 53% would vote to protect abortion rights in Florida, with just 39% voting no.”

The Messenger: “In April, Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a six-week abortion ban, which has not taken effect as a previous 15-week ban awaits the outcome of a legal challenge. A constitutional amendment would supersede either law.”

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