Americans agree with Roe V. Wade, the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision which limited states’ abilities to restrict abortion, by a 2-1 margin according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Monday.

The study also found there is only a small gender gap with 61 percent of men supporting the ruling compared to 65 percent of women. The recent retirement announcement from Justice Anthony Kennedy, considered the swing vote on several issues including women’s reproductive health, has sparked the long-running debate again.

“There is no ambivalence on abortion as men and women dig in and say, ‘Hands off Roe v. Wade,'” Tim Malloy, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, said.

Pro-life groups are hailing the vacancy as an opportunity to overturn the 45-year-old decision with President Donald Trump’s list of potential nominees having been influenced by conservative organizations like the Heritage Foundation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has already promised to have a vote on the new nominee by the fall with Democrats calling for it to come after November’s elections.

According to the poll, voters are divided on whether there should be a delay. Forty-eight percent believed the Senate should wait until after the mid-term contests while 46 percent said it should consider a nomination.

The poll also suggests Democrats may be set up to do well in November, with 50 percent of voters saying if the House elections were held today they would vote for a Democrat. There is a strong gender gap with men going Republican 50 percent of the time and 58 percent of women saying they’d choose a Democrat.

Quinnipiac polled 1,020 self-identified registered voters by telephone between June 27 and July 1. The study was statistically weighted to account for known deviations between the survey sample and “known population characteristics” and has a +/- 3.7 percent margin of error.