In a new Gallup poll, mostly conducted after the leaked draft of a Supreme Court decision addressing abortion rights, the percentage of Americans identifying as pro-choice jumped six points to 55% from a year ago, just short of the record high of 56% in 1995. Along party lines, 88% of Democratic-leaning respondents identified as pro-choice, marking an 18% increase from last year, while 23% of Republican-leaning respondents said they are pro-choice. Among the 18 to 34 age group, 67% of respondents said they identified as pro-choice, while 58% aged 35 to 54 said the same.
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