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It could im­pact the midterms. From the Fam­ily Re­search Coun­cil, a piv­otal poll gaug­ing pub­lic re­ac­tion to the con­tra­cep­tion man­date in Oba­macare that re­quires all health plans to pro­vide “all FDA-ap­proved con­tra­cep­tives, in­clud­ing drugs that can de­stroy a hu­man em­bryo, and ster­il­iza­tion ser­vices.”

The na­tional sur­vey of 901 likely vot­ers found that 53 per­cent of the re­spon­dents op­pose the man­date, com­pared to 43 per­cent who sup­port it. The take­away: Op­po­si­tion to the man­date re­mains high among key de­mo­graph­ics who sup­port Democrats, in­clud­ing women (50 per­cent op­pose), in­de­pen­dents (53 per­cent) and His­pan­ics (50 per­cent).

“Democrats should be wary

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