Should murderers who kill a pregnant woman that is carrying a viable fetus be charged with one murder or two?
34 states including California and Massachusetts say that is considered two separate murders. In the state of North Carolina, the death of the viable fetus is an "aggravating factor" that can yield a higher punishment, but is not considered murder.
For our April poll, we asked likely voters: "If a woman is carrying a viable fetus and she is murdered, should there be one or two murder charges?"
82% of respondents said two. 12% said one. 7% were not sure.
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