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On the chart, an asterisk denotes where the difference between men and women in agreement with abortion achieved conventional levels of statistical significance. This feature conveys that men are slightly but statistically significantly more likely than women to agree with abortion under each of the three health reasons, but that there is no gender difference for any of the social reasons.
By organizing the items conceptually the three-way association between gender, circumstance and agreement with abortion can be summarized in two to three sentences a far better synthesis than separate descriptions of gender differences for each of the six reasons.