The adhering to tables screen Americans' self-identification together "pro-choice" or "pro-life" top top abortion, according to miscellaneous demographic and also political subgroups. The yearly results for 2018 to 2021 are based on audioeditorfree.com's Values and Beliefs poll, conducted each May.

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"Pro-choice""Pro-life"No opinion^Number ofinterviews%%%nU.S. AdultsGenderMenWomenAge I18 to 2930 come 4950 come 6465 and olderAge II18 come 3435 to 5455 and also olderEducation INo collegeSome collegeCollege graduate onlyPostgraduateEducation IITotal college graduateNot college graduateYearly family incomeLess 보다 $40,000$40,000 come $99,999$100,000 or moreRace/EthnicityNon-Hispanic White AmericansHispanic or non-White AmericansIdeologyConservativeModerateLiberalParty IDRepublicanIndependentDemocraticLeaned party IDRepublican/Lean RepublicanDemocrat/Lean DemocraticAttend religious servicesWeeklyNearly weekly/MonthlySeldom/NeverRegionEastMidwestSouthWest
494751,016
45505545
52434471
56395131
50455266
48466263
39583345
55396194
49456279
43543532
33626235
49456319
62363251
68284208
65323459
40556554
42535267
49465375
61373284
50464753
47485246
18784387
56386333
80174272
22744317
53416348
70264322
23734464
73244470
23752249
40546229
64306534
56385208
47512212
44524346
50438250
^ No opinion includes "Mixed," "Other," and "Don't know"
audioeditorfree.com, might 3-18, 2021

"Pro-choice""Pro-life"No opinion^Number ofinterviews%%%nU.S. AdultsGenderMenWomenAge I18 to 2930 come 4950 to 6465 and also olderAge II18 come 3435 come 5455 and olderEducation INo collegeSome collegeCollege graduate onlyPostgraduateEducation IITotal college graduateNot university graduateYearly household incomeLess than $40,000$40,000 to $99,999$100,000 or moreRace/EthnicityNon-Hispanic White AmericansHispanic or non-White AmericansIdeologyConservativeModerateLiberalParty IDRepublicanIndependentDemocraticLeaned party IDRepublican/Lean RepublicanDemocrat/Lean DemocraticAttend spiritual servicesWeeklyNearly weekly/MonthlySeldom/NeverRegionEastMidwestSouthWest
484661,028
43516537
53416491
61345132
42526259
48466279
47485339
53434201
46468272
47476536
35559204
49464358
61382264
64315196
62353460
41517562
414910268
46512380
62352290
48466760
50436246
19774365
54388398
78175249
29683321
44488369
72244319
30664476
68274480
23716269
49474210
61346523
49446210
48447217
44507354
55432247
^ No opinion consists of "Mixed," "Other" and "Don't know"
audioeditorfree.com, may 1-13, 2020

"Pro-choice""Pro-life"No opinion^Number that interviews%%%nGenderMenWomenAge I18 come 2930 come 4950 to 6465 and also olderAge II18 to 3435 come 5455 and olderEducation INo collegeSome collegeCollege graduate onlyPostgraduateEducation IITotal college graduateNot university graduateYearly household incomeLess 보다 $40,000$40,000 to $99,999$100,000 or moreRace/EthnicityNon-Hispanic whiteTotal spain or nonwhiteIdeologyConservativeModerateLiberalParty IDRepublicanIndependentDemocraticLeaned party IDRepublican/Lean RepublicanDemocrat/Lean DemocraticAttend spiritual servicesWeeklyNearly weekly/MonthlySeldom/NeverRegionEastMidwestSouthWest
48466529
43516480
62335144
44515263
41546279
37567302
58384206
42526287
39556495
35587235
45505339
57385255
58357176
57376431
40556574
34597248
48484401
59383276
45505728
46487260
24715391
49465341
76195252
21755340
48448352
68294299
27685484
66305437
20728260
37585256
62335488
52418212
50482212
36567345
50454240
^ No opinion has "Mixed," "Other" and "Don't know"
audioeditorfree.com, might 1-12, 2019

"Pro-choice""Pro-life"No opinion*Number of interviews%%%nU.S. AdultsGenderMenWomenAge I18 come 2930 come 4950 come 6465 and olderAge II18 come 3435 come 5455 and olderEducation IPostgraduateCollege graduate onlySome collegeNo collegeEducation IITotal university graduateNot university graduateYearly family members income$75,000 or more$30,000 to $74,999Less 보다 $30,000Race/EthnicityNon-Hispanic whiteTotal Hispanic/NonwhiteIdeologyConservativeModerateLiberalParty IDRepublicanIndependentDemocratLeaned party IDRepublican/Lean RepublicanDemocrat/Lean DemocraticReligionProtestant/ChristianCatholicNone/Atheist/AgnosticAttend spiritual servicesWeeklyNearly weekly/MonthlySeldom/NeverRegionEastMidwestSouthWest
484851,024
47493552
48474472
56386166
51454275
39573264
44524307
55405235
45505284
44523493
66303206
58392238
41555315
41536256
62353444
41545571
55422410
48474364
36595153
47503753
48448244
24705383
52444360
77212257
23742303
47476423
71254282
29692475
70264444
40564531
40556200
77193165
20755222
40564284
62334512
53416193
42553213
41536362
58402256
* No opinion contains Mixed/Other responses
audioeditorfree.com, may 1-10, 2018

audioeditorfree.com actions Americans' attitudes on abortion each may as component of its Values and Beliefs poll -- among 12 surveys that make up the audioeditorfree.com Poll social Series.

The full trend ~ above this question among U.S. Adult is easily accessible on the audioeditorfree.com Abortion A-Z page.

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Results for yearly are based on telephone interviews through a arbitrarily sample the adults, age 18 and also older, living in all 50 U.S. States and the district of Columbia. Details are as follows:

May 1-13, 2020: number of interviews = 1,028; Margin the error ±4 percent points

May 1-12, 2019: number of interviews = 1,009; Margin of error ±4 portion points

May 1-10, 2018: number of interviews = 1,024; Margin that error ±4 percentage points

All report margins that sampling error encompass computed architecture effects because that weighting.

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Each sample of national adults has a minimum quota that 70% cellphone respondents and also 30% landline respondents, with additional minimum quotas by time zone in ~ region. Landline and also cellular call numbers are selected utilizing random-digit-dial methods.