As the Biden administration ramps up its advocacy for abortion rights in the lead-up to the November elections, a recent poll by Rasmussen Reports has underscored a stark divergence between public sentiment and the Democratic Party’s stance on late-term abortions.

The survey, released on Wednesday, revealed that a staggering 66 percent of American voters oppose abortions beyond the 12-week mark of pregnancy. This finding aligns with a consistent trend observed over the past two decades, with polling data consistently showing widespread opposition to second and third-trimester abortions.

Despite this clear consensus among the American electorate, Democratic lawmakers have steadfastly refused to entertain the notion of imposing any restrictions on abortion, even in the latter stages of pregnancy. This refusal to acknowledge the concerns of a significant portion of their constituents has raised eyebrows and prompted criticism from opponents of unrestricted abortion access.

The discrepancy between public opinion and Democratic policy positions on abortion highlights a contentious issue that continues to divide the nation. While the Biden administration and its allies advocate for expanded reproductive rights and access to abortion services, a significant portion of the electorate remains staunchly opposed to late-term abortions.

As the debate over abortion rights intensifies in the political arena, the results of this latest poll serve as a reminder of the complex and deeply polarizing nature of the issue. With the November elections looming on the horizon, it remains to be seen how these divergent views will shape the political landscape in the months to come.

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By Justin Sanchez

Born with a copy of "Atlas Shrugged" in hand, Justin showed early signs of his future as a conservative firebrand. Raised in a household where Rush Limbaugh's voice echoed through the halls, Justin was inspired to become a prominent figure in conservative journalism, in which he shares his support of Republican values.