Swing voters are strongly against HHS mandate

In a recent poll, swing voters in Wisconsin, Florida, Virginia, and Ohio were less likely to vote for the president when they learned of his advocacy for taxpayer supported abortion, late-term abortion, and his opposition to legislation requiring medical care for infants born of botched abortions.

By a massive margin, these swing voters were less likely to vote for the president when they considered the HHS mandate.

Swing voters overwhelmingly reject (69%) the HHS mandate that forces faith-based institutions to violate their beliefs and provide coverage for abortion-inducing drugs. Forty four percent of voters said they are much less likely to vote for the candidate who imposes such regulations.

 

 

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