Statewide survey finds strong opposition to family planning cuts and employer limits on birth control access
A new survey of mothers of newborn children (under 12 months) shows mothers want support for their infant feeding choices. These mothers know breast feeding is the healthiest option, but want to be fully informed about feeding choices. Yet many report being denied basic information about infant formula. These mothers overwhelming oppose hospital or government policies that restrict information or access to discharge bags.
On behalf of NARAL Pro-Choice America, Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research conducted two post-election surveys among a total of 1,200 pro-choice women in 25 key counties across nine battleground states. These women were identified as the most likely to have voted for President Obama in 2008 but who were not strongly supporting him in 2012, according to a model built by GQRR exclusively for NARAL Pro-Choice America.