The term is used accurately in this context. The question reads "Suppose a test shows the baby has a serious genetic defect. Would you (yourself want to/want your partner to) have an abortion if a test shows the baby has a serious genetic defect?"
The survey is not asking about policy prescriptions, questions of legality, or moral attitudes towards the idea of abortion or eugenics--it is directly asking if the respondent if he/she would abort his/her own unborn baby if it testing in the womb found that it had "a serious genetic defect".
Results (n = 4,006; the Jewish sample is only 77):
GSS variables used: GENEABRT(1-2), RELIG(1,2,3,4,5-13)