Three out of four respondents say it’s a medical decision for a woman and her doctor.

A large majority of Oklahomans believes abortion should be legal in at least some circumstances, according to a survey of 752 likely voters conducted April 27-30 for the Tulsa World and KOTV Channel 6 by

Deciding what those circumstances should be — and who should make the decision — is a tougher question to answer.

“I think (abortion) is wrong,” said Carrie Rogers of Keys, “but I don’t think we should have 100 men sitting at the Capitol talking about what women do with their bodies.”

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  1. What I can say is that at no time should another persons personal religious beliefs be held in higher regard than your own in secular matters. The only way to accomplish this is to let secular remain secular and keep our personal religious beliefs….personal.