In case you were wondering whether the Prevention First Amendment gambit is a good political strategy, you really ought to take a look at the other Democracy Corps polling analysis (pdf), which sort of buries the lede on this one. It's all about white Catholic public opinion and it reveals, inter alia, that if a candidate "Believes in a woman's right to choose but believes all sides should come together around common goal of preventing and reducing # of abortions, with more sex ed, including abstinence, access to contraception and more adoption," an overwhelming 74 percent of white Catholics will be more likely to vote for him.
Politics aside, this is sound policy for reasons that have nothing whatsoever to do with abortion. Not only does it appear that family-planning and reproductive-rights measures can be effectively sold as abortion-prevention, but people have every reason to be excited about the potential substantive outcomes as well.
Well, if a poll tells us to do it, it must be the right thing to do. I only hope that if the polls go sour, the boys aren't willing to throw women over the side like so many seemed to be doing in the wake of the election.