Unsurprisingly, pro-lifers are associated with electing Mitt Romney, defeating Obama, and repealing the ACA. Pro-choicers are associated with the opposite. Gallup finds Americans are split on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the ACA (46% agree, 46% disagree), but these views skew heavily along party lines (79% of Democrats agree, 83% of Republicans disagree).“Defeat Obama, elect Mitt Romney and repeal Obamacare,” David O'Steen, executive director of the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC), said in response to the high court’s 5-4 decision Thursday, which found the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act constitutional under the taxation powers of the federal government.“We have saved the Affordable Care Act … but the gains of women for 40 years are at stake,” Eleanor Smeal, president of the Feminist Majority, said Friday in Baltimore at the annual conference of the National Organization for Women. “We cannot lose this election … We must get out the vote,” she told her cheering audience.
However, Gallup also finds that, of those who want to repeal the ACA in some form, 40% only want to repeal parts of the Act, rather than repeal the entire Act.
If the ACA had nothing to do with abortion, would that substantially change your view of the Act? Would it change your view of the election?