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Dobbs’ Effect on Attitudes Towards Abortion (News@Northeastern)

Photo by: Victoria Pickering Protests continue at the Supreme Court on the day after the opinion in Dobbs overturned Roe v. Wade

A new report suggests that support for abortion has increased as a result of the Dobbs decision illustrating the stark divide between the court and the American public. This article dives into the survey’s responses and explores how this may affect voting.

There’s something about the politics of loss, of losing something that you had. Something was taken away, and I think that may be especially activating politically.

David Lazer, News@Northeastern

Hear more from Alauna Safarpour, Krissy Lunz Trujillo, and David Lazer here.

(Photo by: Victoria Pickering)

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