Ay, don't make me do this. 1. Abortion is not mentioned once in this figure. Any one of these categories could include pro- or anti-abortion sentiments. So, not exactly precise. 2. Men and women are equally pro-choice. 3. Though women appear to be more "pro-life" they also appear to be more "both" pro-life and pro-choice. How abortion falls into the "both" category is unclear. 4. There is no indication any of these differences, which are small to begin with, are statistically significant. In other words, these differences could be a statistical anomaly, as in, not "real." 5. According to this figure, women are more likely than men to favor legal abortion under all circumstances. 6. According to this figure, across a bunch of countries, including the U.S., women are more likely than men to say abortion should be legal in all or most cases. Honestly, the headline for the article is about as correct as you can get given the evidence: Men and women have similar views on abortion. So I don't think it's fair to demonize women, and, if anything, the evidence is a good thing for those of us that support abortion or a woman's choice. Men and women are generally supportive.