Most Americans Disapprove of SCOTUS Row vs. Wade Reversal, Poll Shows

With 41% approval, 59 percent of American adults disapprove. Nearly half (52%) call the decision a step back for the US, 31% call it a step forward and 17% say it is neither.

Among women, two-thirds (67%) disapprove of the ruling, with only 33% approving. A 56% majority of women say the decision will ruin the lives of most American women.

58% of Americans say they would support a federal law making abortion legal nationwide, while 42% would oppose it. And 64% say they want abortion to be legal in most or all cases in their states.

most american Now says he believes it is at least somewhat possible that the Supreme Court will eventually eliminate or limit same-sex marriage (57%) and access to birth control and contraception (55%). Only 33% say they have or have too much faith in the Supreme Court, 23% said they have just some faith and 44% say they have little faith in the Supreme Court.

On June 24-25, a CBS News/YouGov poll surveyed a nationally representative sample of 1,591 adults following the Supreme Court’s ruling was issued. Although this is a relatively short field period for voting, the results offer an early look at the public’s reaction. The margin of sampling error for voting is ±3.0 points.