More than three out of four voters support making abortion available where a woman's future health could be damaged by a pregnancy, according to a new survey.
The poll found that 75% say terminations should be allowed in cases of fatal foetal abnormalities.
The Behaviour and Attitudes poll for today's Sunday Times found 60% were opposed to unrestricted access to abortion services.
The survey also found that 73% said abortion should be allowed in cases of rape.
An Oireachtas committee will shortly begin its review of the Citizens' Assembly report on the issue.
A 64% majority of the citizens recommended there should be no restrictions on abortion.