The Sweep: Politics in a Post-Roe America

Axios was out this week with a new round of stories about why Democrats are confident that the abortion issue will help them this fall, noting that “Democrats see it as a mobilizing issue for suburban women in swing House districts across the country.”  

Two polls released in the past 24 hours give Democrats hope the issue will move voters.

• A CBS News/YouGov poll of 1,591 adults found 50% of Democrats were more likely to vote based on the Roe ruling, while only 20% of Republicans said the same.

• In an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll out this morning (941 adults), 78% of Democrats said the court’s decision makes them more likely to vote this fall — 24 points higher than Republicans.

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