1. Depends on the woman. It also depends on what's being sold at the moment. There is a movement to normalize abortion to just being a thing.
2. Then why did the abortion rate skyrocket after Roe in the United States? The statistics you provide have do not adjust for anything and are a good example of lying with statistics, namely by ignoring that correlation does not imply causation. Furthermore, the conclusions are just opinions.
3. That's a separate topic.
Above all, homicide of the innocent should be banned.
1. Yes, and I was less careful here than in the other thread. There are certainly some women who find it easier than others.
2. They didn't. https://www.guttmacher.org/journals/psrh/2003/01/public-health-impact-legal-abortion-30-years-later
"Before the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, data on abortion in the United States were scarce. In 1955, experts had estimated, on the basis of qualitative assumptions, that 200,000-1,200,000 illegal abortions were performed each year.1 Despite its wide range, this estimate remained the most reliable indicator of the magnitude of induced abortion for many years. In 1967, researchers confirmed this estimate by extrapolating data from a randomized-response survey conducted in North Carolina: They concluded that a total of 800,000 induced (mostly illegal) abortions were performed nationally each year."
The only correlation that is being shown here is that illegalized abortion does not correlate with lower rates of abortion. That correlation is important.
These are the statistics that were found by the CDC, they only include legal abortions.
Factor in population increases, and now counting some 800,000 abortions to be legal, whereas before they wouldn't be counted, and the rate increased, but it did not "skyrocket". These rates are very consistent with the number of illegal abortions that were taking place well before Roe vs Wade.
3. How is reducing the number of abortions through contraception an unrelated topic to a discussion about abortion? It is literally a win-win. Stop killing unborn babies, and continue letting women maintain control of their own bodies.