As November 6 approaches, the pro-life movement is revealing an
important message to the undecided voters in swing states.
Commissioned by the Susan B. Anthony List, Woman Trend conducted a
poll [pdf] among undecided voters in swing
states who just learned about Obama's deep pro-abortion
"We found that basically a
majority of swing voters, 54 percent, are less likely to vote for
President Obama after learning about his record on the Born-Alive
Infants Protection legislation, where he opposed giving equal
treatment and constitutional protection to babies that are born
alive after a failed abortion," relays Mallory Quigley, a
spokesperson for the SBA List.
The survey results also show that Americans are turned off by
the fact that taxpayers are funding abortion and the Health and
Human Services mandate that forces free coverage of abortifacient
drugs and sterilizations.
So, educating the public could make a difference
in November's vote count.
"We've seen in past elections that pro-life voters really make
up a sizeable voting bloc, and they're capable of achieving victory
in close elections," Quigley asserts. "This polling is showing us
that we have an opportunity to expand that voting bloc and to
really educate voters on the president's extreme abortion record
and turn them to the pro-life side."
The survey was conducted in the battleground states of
Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio and Virginia.