Nearly Three-Quarters of American’s Support Embryonic Stem Cell Research and a Vote on H.R. 810 in U.S. Senate
The Coalition for the Advancement of Medical Research (CAMR) announced poll results revealing that nearly three-quarters of Americans support embryonic stem cell research and want the Senate to vote on federal funding for stem cell research.
When asked if they support embryonic stem cell research, seventy-two (72) percent of respondents favor it, up from sixty- eight (68) percent in 2005. Only twenty-four (24) percent opposed embryonic stem cell research, down from twenty-eight (28) percent a year ago.
When asked given what they know about stem cell research, should the Senate vote on H.R. 810, seventy (70) percent of those surveyed said “yes,” while only eighteen (18) percent said “no” and twelve (12) percent were unsure.
via USNewsWire [releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=65834]
The common Americans gets the value of embryonic stem cell research advancement. When will Bush & Co.?