Someone challenged me in a comment on one of my posts as to what the breakdown of libertarians' views on abortion was (the context was USA).
While there are subjective guesses (the comment theorized 50/50 pro/con); I'm uncomfortable making such an assumption without data to back it up.
So, what are US libertarians' views on abortion according to polls/surveys? Do the majority fall in pro-life or minority?
I'm comfortable with any reasonably consistent definition of "libertarians", either small-l political orientation or large-L party, though the former (views/orientation) seems like a more interesting set to research while being harder to define well.
My preference is fore more thought-out and nuanced polls/surveys, e.g. ones allowing shades of gray on the views as opposed to only binary bumper-sticker choice.