A Closer Look at UT/TT Poll on Planned Parenthood

As the fight between Texas and Planned Parenthood continues this week in the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, public opinion of the reproductive health organization and abortion provider remains fiercely split along partisan lines, according to a recent University of Texas/Texas Tribune poll.

The May poll, which honed in on political preferences but touched on several policy issues, also showed favorability splits for Planned Parenthood based on race and gender.

On April 11, Planned Parenthood clinics filed a lawsuit against the state for excluding them from the Women's Health Program — a move that could affect nearly ...

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