According to a lifesite article about the site, many people people living in Ohio and South Dakota (tied for the best states in the US at 50th) are proud of their states for receiing such good marks. South Dakota Senator Lee Schoenbeck stated that he would "have been disappointed if we’d finished any higher than last [50th]."
On another note, Jason Cianciotto of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute demonstrates with his remarks that some people still don't get it. He states that the goal of the site was to
"demonstrate that political and religious leaders who advocate for restricting
access to reproductive health [i.e. people who oppose abortion-- legalized
murder] are the same who demonize same-sex couple families [i.e. people who
support the idea of the traditional family] and restrict their ability to
legally protect themselves [i.e. denial of special privileges] and
secure a prosperous future for their children [what children? you need a
man and a woman to have a child]."
Who would have though that the people who are pro-life (anti-murder) would also be pro-family? How odd: people who believe that families headed by a father and a mother (the two essential elements for making children-- a man and a woman) are a good thing also believe that people shouldn't kill their own children. Funny how that works. Another question: if you support abortion on demand, federally funded, without giving any information to the woman seeking to have an abortion or offering any alternatives, how exactly are you going to get children?