I haven't had an abortion, and I think it would take a severe medical problem for myself or the fetus (something incompatible with life) to cause me to do so. Even then, I'd be hard pressed.
As it pertains to the morning-after pill, it's logically inconsistent to call that a termination, while oral contraceptives in general and IUDs are given a pass. IUDs prevent pregnancy almost entirely by preventing implantation. Morning-after pills prevent ovulation and/or implantation, depending on where the woman is in her cycle. OCPs prevent ovulation most/all of the time, and prevent implantation in the remaining cases. In my book, none of those are termination of a pregnancy. Others' opinions may vary, but if you're listing MAPs as a termination, everyone with an IUD should be falling in that category too, kwim? And now...back on topic.