Gallup Poll Shows That Women Are More Pro-Life Than Men

FILE – In this Wednesday, May 22, 2019, file photo, Beck Gerritson, president of Eagle Forum of Alabama, speaks at an anti-abortion rally outside the Capitol in Montgomery, Ala. (AP Photo/Kim Chandler, File)

Gallup’s newest survey on abortion is challenging the conventional wisdom that women are overwhelmingly pro-choice.

In fact, the latest Gallup data shows that most women are pro-life – and even are more pro-life than men.

Fifty-one percent of women consider themselves pro-life, according to the poll, while 46 percent of men do. Meanwhile, 43 percent of women and 48 percent of men call themselves pro-choice.

Women are more pro-life on Gallup’s other abortion-related topics, too:

  • 24 percent of women but 18 percent of men say abortion should be illegal in “all circumstances.”
  • 24 percent of women and 25 percent of men say it should be legal in all circumstances.
  • 50 percent of women but 56 percent of men say it should be “legal under certain circumstances.”

To be fair, the 2019 Gallup survey – conducted in May – may be a slight anomaly, and future surveys will determine if the current trend holds.

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Source: Christian Headlines