Abortion: How do Americans vote on a divisive issue? | IN 60 SECONDS

Can Americans vote for a person who disagrees with them on abortion? Karlyn Bowman reviews the polling data to explain.

FULL REPORT – AEI Political Report: Polls on Kavanaugh’s nomination, the Supreme Court, Roe v. Wade, and abortion https://goo.gl/ihXAUD

ARTICLE – Brett Kavanaugh and public opinion on Supreme Court confirmations https://goo.gl/eZxuNp

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