Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill in 2019 that bans all abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, except in cases of rape and incest that are reported to authorities. In January, 54% of voters opposed allowing the law to go into effect, compared with 38% supporting it. Three years earlier, the numbers were tighter. Before Kemp signed the bill into law, about 49% said they opposed it, with 45% indicating their support.