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As rhetoric grows about the future of federal abortion protections, new poll results show a majority of Minnesotans don’t want the state to impose a ban.

Findings from the statewide poll of more than 800 voters conducted by Hart Research Associates were issued by regional Planned Parenthood leaders.

Six in 10 registered voters said abortion should be fully legal or accessible in most situations. Another 65% said they would oppose new severe restrictions.

Hart Research analyst Kate Fridley said their outreach represents a range of Minnesotans.

“And this opinion on keeping abortion legal holds true across demographic backgrounds in Minnesota,” Fridley said. “Majorities of voters – regardless of gender, age, race and region of the state – want to keep abortion legal, in all or most cases.”

The results follow last week’s leaked US Supreme Court draft opinion, indicating the federal decision in the case of ‘Roe v. Wade’ would be overturned. The court still has to cast a formal vote on the matter.

Minnesota is considered a safe-haven state. But if Republicans take full control of the Legislature this fall, some have said they would try to get proposed bans on future ballots.

President of Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund Sarah Stoesz said banning abortion would not only run counter to the views of most Minnesotans – but would affect their candidate priorities when looking at this topic.

She noted majorities of polled voters said they’re less likely to vote for a person who prioritizes tougher restrictions.

“We know we need to act swiftly to elect leaders who will protect those rights,” Stoesz said. “And that will also pass legislation that protects Minnesotans’ rights and reproductive freedom for generations to come.”

In addition to GOP candidates, anti-abortion groups like the Minnesota Family Council have embraced the court’s draft opinion.

Should it become final, group leaders say it represents a path toward limiting abortions in the state, and suggest lawmakers who oppose such efforts will not be on the right side of history.

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