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Majority of Americans believe another government shutdown likely in coming months
Date:12/3/2013

deadly diseases that afflict Americans.

Among other findings:

  • 70% say basic scientific research that advances the frontiers of knowledge is necessary and should be supported by the federal government, even if it brings no immediate benefits.
  • Upon hearing the federal government spends approximately $100 per American per year on medical research on all diseases and disabilities, about half (46%) say that's not enough.
  • 79% say it's important that our nation supports research that focuses on improving how our health care system is functioning.
  • 75% of Americans say it's important to invest in research for job creation and economic recovery.
  • 54% say the cost of health care is the single most important health issue facing the nation.
  • 51% say research to improve health is part of the solution to rising health care costs.
  • 75% say it's important to conduct medical or health research to understand and eliminate health disparities.


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