Well then, based on what you've stated, if the American People want Abortion to thrive as a Right.....as created in the SCOTUS Roe v. Wade decision of 1973......They best be getting their ducks in order for proposing & ratifying a 28th. Constitutional Amendment if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade &/or Casey, which is a distinct possibility.I don't have to. The Gallup Abortion polls posited by HBS Guy shows the true figures(2021). It show that 80% of the people think that abortion should be legal under any circumstances, or under some circumstances. Only 19% of the people think that abortions should be illegal under ANY circumstances. Also, almost 60% of the people do not want Roe vs Wade overturned.
This clearly is not an example of abortion being evenly divided. But in a population, where 40% of the adult population still believe in Creationism, and that the Garden of Eden was a real place, this could very well be construed as being evenly divided.
What selfish, but well-meaning people like you don't understand, is that in most cases, having an abortion will be the most emotionally traumatic decision any young mother will have to make. A guilt that she will carry for the rest of her life. Clearly, you have never seen the effects that having an abortion has on these women. Secondly, women will have an abortion if they want one. One way or another!
Maybe your guilt messages will change the minds of some women. But reality is always a bitch. And, mothers need more than just guilt messages. They need real emotional, financial, and physical support. Before, during, and after the child is born. You are offering them none of these things!
Remember this FACT: There is no appeal of a SCOTUS Decision......their Decisions are final. A subsequent SCOTUS somewhere down the road, could rule favorably to the
The only realistic option left therefore would be, as I already stated, would be a new Constitutional Amendment creating a new Abortion Right, Passed & Ratified by the American People via the process set forth in Article V of the United States Constitution.