SPUC (Scotland) Abortion Scotland Feb 2018
A survey of Scottish adults aged 18+ on abortion and the law.

• A two thirds majority of people (67%) think that it is not acceptable for the Scottish government to pay for the travel, accommodation and medical costs of women from Northern Ireland to have an abortion on Scotland. Just one in three people (33%) think that is acceptable.

• 42% of people disagree that women should be given an abortion pill that they can take in their own home, 38% of people agreed that they should be able to.

• Just over half of people (56%) agree that doctors and other medical staff should not be compelled to perform abortions if they have a strong moral objection; 31% disagree.

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Date Published
18/02/18
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Client
SPUC (Scotland)
Methodology
ComRes surveyed 1000 Scottish adults aged 18+ between 29th January – 2nd  February 2017. The data is representative by age and gender. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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