New 14-Country Study Highlights Reasons Women Obtain Abortions
The folks at the Guttmacher Institute have compiled data systematically from around the world citing that the primary reasons people make the decision to have an abortion are socioeconomic concerns or the desire to limit childbearing. Consistent with prior research, they found that people often cited more than one reason for choosing abortion, underscoring the intersectional nature of reproductive decision-making.
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