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May 12, 2014

New FRC Poll: Majority of Likely Boters Oppose Obamacare's HHS Contraception/Abortifacient/Sterilization Mandate For Employers

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Contrary to what Barack Obama and many of his fellow liberal-progressive, pro-abortion, anti-woman (the BS "Republicans are anti-woman" political rhetoric aside) would want us to believe, government overreach by forcing most employers to provide contraceptives, sterilization procedures, and abortifacients to employees without charge through health insurance plans is opposed by a majority of likely voters:

A new poll released by Family Research Council (FRC) has found that 53 percent of likely voters oppose ObamaCare's HHS mandate that requires most employers to provide contraceptives, sterilization procedures, and abortifacients to employees without charge through health insurance plans.

The survey of 901 likely voters, conducted by Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research on behalf of FRC, was performed between May 1-4, and has a margin of error of +3.3 percent.

Results showed that most likely voters oppose the HHS mandate 53-43 percent, including 40 percent who strongly oppose it, even among key demographic groups that typically support Democrat candidates.

The HHS mandate was opposed by most women, 50-45 percent, with 36 percent strongly opposed. Among independents, 53 percent oppose the mandate and 43 percent support it, with 41 percent strongly opposed to it.

Likely voters between the ages of 18-44 oppose the mandate 49-47 percent, with 33 percent strongly opposed. Hispanics split their opposition and support of the HHS mandate evenly, 50-50 percent, with 31 percent strongly opposed.

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As the piece goes on to point out, in rankings released by Nate Silver's fivethirtyeight.com of 2008 election data, Wilson Perkins Allen Opinion Research was statistically tied as the most accurate partisan pollster and was found to be significantly more accurate than other partisan pollsters.

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Posted by Hyscience at May 12, 2014 4:20 PM



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