The survey was s commissioned by Associated Television News and the O'Leary Report. It included 30,117 respondents and was conducted from March 10-14 of this year. It carries a margin of error of +/- 0.6 percent.
The poll also showed that 71% of voters disagreed that the Senate should confirm only pro-choice Supreme Court Justices, while only 17% agreed with the statement. It also found that 59% of respondents considered an abortion to end a human life, while only 28% thought that it did not.
Associated Television News President Brad O'Leary, who commissioned the poll, added that much of the results may "spell disaster for Democrats who try to run on the abortion issue."
"There is absolutely no way a presidential or a congressional candidate running for office can grow their base if they insist on championing the abortion issue," Mr. O'Leary said.
The survey broke down to these statistics:
Interesting! I can't wait to hear what NOW says about this...