I do. But I haven't seen that phrase recently, and this may be why:
In May 2009, for the first time in 15 years since it was first conducted, a Gallup poll reported that more Americans were opposed to abortion than supported it. The trend has held. In four polls running in the last 15 months (May 2009, July 2009, May 2010, July 2010) more Americans call themselves pro-life than pro-abortion (or “pro-choice”). The latest poll (July 17-19, 2010 interviewing 1,006 people aged over 18) shows 47 percent pro-life against 46 percent pro-choice. Pro-choice lobbyists were dismayed, and declared that they had to educate young people about their cause. “Numbers can be shocking," said Kierra Johnson, executive director of Choice USA, "especially numbers that show a sizable drop in young people’s support for legal abortion under any circumstance." [All links in original--E.M.]America doesn't have a "pro-choice majority" any more. However, since the MSM quite likely still does have an overwhelmingly pro-abortion majority, they're not about to start using the phrase, "America's pro-life majority," the way they used to use that other phrase.
Because, you know, they're so very objective on abortion.