More bad news for the Obama campaign on the “lady parts” front: A just-released survey of young women aged 18-29 shows that 77 percent support reducing federal spending and 68 percent think that “if taxes on business were reduced, companies would be more likely to hire.”
In other words, the young women surveyed are likely to vote based on economic issues rather than on the terrible injustice model student suffered because the Georgetown Jesuits wouldn’t give her free contraception. That is perhaps not surprising given that unemployment in this group this group 11. 6 per cent. (Here is the study.)
IWF’s own Hadley Heath is quoted in the summary of the findings.
Hat Tip: Free Beacon