A new national telephone and online survey on October 12 by Rasmussen Reports and the Capitol Resource Institute finds that only 14% of California Likely Voters believe abortion should be legal at any time during pregnancy up to the moment of birth (Proposition 1 would allow late-term abortions without limit). In a survey in August, 66% of California voters supported Proposition 1, but now the number goes down to 59%. “The more Californians learn that Proposition 1 would legalize late-term abortion, the more they oppose it,” said Karen England, President of the Capitol Resource Institute. “This isn’t surprising since 79 percent of likely California voters said in an earlier poll that they would not support killing a child up until birth."

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