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Stem cell bond issue has narrow lead in pollAssociated PressOctober 11th, 2004In a recent poll of voters' positions on California's Proposition 71, 46 percent of likely voters support the idea with 39 percent opposed and 15 percent undecided.
Calif. voters lean toward stem cell measure-polReutersSeptember 24th, 2004"A majority of likely voters in California favor a ballot proposal that would authorize $3 billion in state bonds to fund controversial stem cell research, according to a poll released on Thursday."
California Voters Divided in Support of Ballot Measure That Would Fund Stem Cell ResearchKaiser Daily Women's Health Policy ReportAugust 16th, 2004California voters are "almost evenly divided" on a ballot measure that would provide the state with nearly $3 billion in funding for human embryonic stem cell research, according to a Field Poll survey.
Special Review: New Controversies over Stem Cells and CloningGenetic CrossroadsJuly 9th, 2004Controversy continues over research cloning and embryonic stem cell policy, generating higher political and financial stakes than ever before - along with continuing uncertainty, ambivalence, and confusion.
Latest ResourcesGenetic CrossroadsJuly 9th, 2004The Center for Public Integrity has released a seven-part report on the politics and policies of cloning, and the Genetics and Public Policy Center has released a new public opinion survey.
Happy birthday, LouiseThere's a Line To Be Drawn -- Before we Get to `Enhanced'by Pete ShanksSan Jose Mercury NewsJuly 24th, 2003
Science and Society: Time to act on biotech's human repercussionsby Pete ShanksSan Francisco ChronicleJuly 23rd, 2003
What Cloning Has Wroughtby Gia Fenoglio National Journal MagazineAugust 4th, 2001
British Medical Experts Predict Human Cloning Despite Strong Public OppositionGenetic CrossroadsSeptember 19th, 2000
Detailed Survey ResultsUS Congress, Office of Technology Assessment. New Developments in Biotechnology—Background Paper: Public Perceptions of Biotechnology, OTA-BP-BA-45 (Washington: US Government Printing Office, 1987), as cited in National Center for Genome Resources, National Survey of Public and Stakeholders Attitudes and Awareness of Genetic Issues (Washington: NCGR, 1996)This page reports results of public opinion surveys on the new human genetic and reproductive technologies. There is a bias towards Europe, Canada, and especially the United States, where more polling data is available. All numbers are percents unless otherwise noted. Not all results were readily available, and are indicated by a hyphen.
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