Young People Are Willing To Move To Avoid Changing Their Relationship Habits

Young People Are Willing To Change Their Relationship Habits Based on State Laws

New Poll Finds This CHANGE Among Young People

( – Young people, especially women, are responding to the recent Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Adults between the ages of 18 and 29 were recently asked how likely they were to move based on a state’s stance on the ruling. Fewer than three in ten people said the issue wouldn’t influence them at all.

Nearly six out of ten male adult Generation Zers and late-born Millennials said state laws restricting abortion will impact where they choose to live, and five in ten females of the same age group said they may move. The poll, conducted by Generation Labs for Axios, shows a predictable political divide, with Democrats favoring fleeing Red states two to one over Republicans. Independents join the Left on the issue, often opting to leave.

The survey also asked where respondents were mostly to move. Republicans said they’d move to Austin, Texas, where pro-life laws prevail, whereas Independents and Democrats chose Portland, Oregon, as their favorite go-to in the event of a change.

Moving isn’t the only option. The questionnaire comes with a summary that concluded young people will also change their sexual habits, abstain, or use contraceptives regularly. Pollsters talked to 843 people altogether using a “demographically representative sample frame,” or typical cross-section of society. It has a margin of error of 3.4%.

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