Numbers to Think About

Scott Swenson

89% believe that information about birth control should be more accessible

81% believe that providing access to birth control is a good way to prevent abortions

73% believe that a person's access to birth control should not be limited by someone's ability to pay for it

58% believe that emergency contraception should be easily available in all pharmacies

46% believe teens should be allowed access to contraception without their parents' knowledge

33% approve of the job President Bush is doing.

All numbers but the last one from Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive, (2,689 adults surveyed) the final from CBS News via The Polling Report.

89% believe that information about birth control should be more accessible

81% believe that providing access to birth control is a good way to prevent abortions

73% believe that a person's access to birth control should not be limited by someone's ability to pay for it

58% believe that emergency contraception should be easily available in all pharmacies

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46% of participants believe teens should be allowed access to contraception without their parents' knowledge

33% approve of the job President Bush is doing.

All numbers but the last one from Wall Street Journal/Harris Interactive, the final from CBS News via The Polling Report.

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