While conservative rags have opinion pages blaring headlines like "Overturn Roe v. Wade,” two-thirds of American voters—67 percent—say it needs to be preserved. And that's from a poll taken before Justice Anthony Kennedy, the key swing vote on abortion on a closely divided Supreme Court, retired.
Again, these results are from the Kaiser Family Foundation's health tracking poll taken before Kennedy retired, before we learned that Donald Trump would have the opportunity to steal another Supreme Court seat. Trump has not only pledged to overturn Roe, he's endorsed criminalizing abortion and punishing women. That's what Trump wants to happen with this seat.
So the 42 percent of voters who "say they are more likely to vote for a candidate who supports access to abortion services" is likely to increase significantly now that the threat is so very real and so very imminent.