Voters Don't Want Politicians in their Bedrooms

A recent poll conducted by Lake Research Partners for NARAL Pro-Choice America finds that voters are in favor of candidates who will support commonsense pregnancy prevention measures such as medically accurate sex education, making emergency contraception available in emergency rooms for rape and incest survivors, and demanding that pharmacists stop refusing to fill birth-control prescriptions.  This is of course no surprise to those in the reproductive rights community, as they have been seeing similar polling results for years.  However, in the lead up to the elections, this reluctance among voters to allow politician to continue to chip away at a women’s right to choose is yet another reason to assume that Democrats could regain control of the House in November.