According to a recent poll, most Millennials disagree with the current administration in Washington on abortion policy.
Students for Life has released a new poll from the Institute for Pro-Life Advancement that evaluates Millennials and their thinking on a wide range of abortion issues.
"What we found is the Millennials and Gen Z, pretty much like every other American, want less abortion," relays Students for Life spokesperson Kristi Hamrick. "They find reversing Roe and sending it back to the states absolutely accessible, and they were really open to having a role in how this issue is turned into law."
In fact, according to the poll, almost seven out of 10 said they would like to vote on the issue.
"Less than two out of 10 wanted unlimited abortion through all nine months for any reason at all, and sometimes with taxpayer funding, which Roe v. Wade allows, and they were really opposed to paying for abortion," Hamrick continues. "Like most Americans, they did not want to pay for abortion at home or around the world."
That is important to consider in light of the fact that Joe Biden, who has pledged to be a "president for all Americans," on Thursday signed an executive order rescinding the Mexico City Policy, which Trump had restored. That means federal tax money will be sent to non-government agencies that provide or promote abortion in foreign countries, especially in Third World nations.
Editor's note: Final paragraph revised to reflect misstatement that Biden had restored the Mexico City policy. In fact, he reversed what President Trump had ordered.