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The majority of the country, though, is "pro-choice", depending on your definition. (The majority of the country is also perfectly comfortable with limiting abortions through such measures as requiring parental notification, for example.) What people are uncomfortable with in the way you suggested, I think, is abortion itself as opposed to its legality.
If the Democratic party were more lenient on abortion I am sure they would pick up another 20% of the Evangelical Christian vote at least. I personally know dozens of Evangelical Christians who are generally left wing in regard to taxes, welfare, the Iraq War, etc., but are also pro life.
On a slightly different note...
There are evangelical Christians. Are there non-evangelical Christians? Is the distinction more or less that they do/don't evangelize? Or do they have a different take on certain beliefs within Christianity? Also, how do the various different protestant denominations factor into this?
I feel like I should know all this, but I don't so I thought I'd ask.