Canadian women don’t support current abortion policy: poll

A majority of Canadians believe that the unborn deserves some sort of protection, according to a recent article from LifeSiteNews.Com reporting on an Environics poll released last week.

More than one-third (34%) of women support legal protection from conception onward, 21% after three months of pregnancy and 12% say babies should be protected after six months. Overall, 62% of Canadians supported legal protection at some point before birth.

The poll also asked about legislation that would make it a separate crime to kill or injure a fetus during a violent attack on a pregnant woman. Seventy-five percent of women and 72% of men said they would support a fetal protection law.

Canada has no abortion law at all! Creating a law that at least has some sort of protection for the unborn would be a good start, and the majority of Canadians appear to agree with that.

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