Yes it does. And included in that is the support of her legal right to choose to abort.If you can`t define a term, you can`t define what it is not. So, to you, women should die rather than be allowed to terminate a fatal pregnancy.
Being pro-choice means supporting women's right to make their own decisions.
Then, with respect to this specific poll question and the two possible answers, that would make them pro choice, regardless of what their personally held belief about abortion was.Many PL`s simply don`t believe the law should interfere with ANYONE'S personal medical decisions.
The poll question included ONLY two possible answers. And one of them was NOT " I consider myself pro life but I don't believe the law should interfere in anyone's personal medical decisions."
The choices were pro life or pro choice. And if you answered YES to supporting Roe v Wade but did not answer pro choice then you were not choosing the answer that most closely reflected your belief. Simple as that.
Sure they do. And I have every right to point out a definite discrepancy in the poll answers. Don't like it? STFU.They have every right to cAll themselves what they choose,