Trump's Election Appears To Have Been A Driving Force In Demand For Contraception
After President Donald Trump's election, some American women responded in a rather remarkable way.
A new study says soon after the 2016 election, the number of women receiving IUD insertions skyrocketed.
The daily rate of prescription changed from 13.4 per 100,000 women leading up to the election to 16.3 per 100,000 women after Nov.
Researchers say the jump stemmed from fears that Trump might gut the ACA with respect to contraception and other services.