I'm guessing here, but if you did a statistical analysis of actual abortions pre-Roe and today, the percentage per 1000 pregnancies may not be statistically at variance with the pre-Roe numbers, accurate numbers of which are not really available. Before you all jump on me, I am not defending, nor is that a defense of legal abortion (or illegal abortion) but rather it is an indictment of those who think that making Roe vanish will do anything more than sweep the issue off of the political page and under the carpet.
Political malaise is a reflection of spiritual malaise, the decline of 'national values' reflects the decline of spiritual values.
Today just what are we obsessing about in our culture in the US? The best marketing campaign unleashed during the 'Super Bowl', the antics of Justin Beiber and Miley Cyrus and the death of a talented actor to a heroin overdose who left behind 'a partner (a long time girlfriend) and three young children.'