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More than half of Americans doubt US global leadership in 2020
Date:3/14/2012

est. Elected officials and candidates must make stronger commitments to sustaining our world-class status in research and innovation."

More than half of likely voters (64%) say they would be more likely to vote for a presidential candidate who supports increased government funding for medical and health research. A vast majority of likely voters also think it is important for presidential and congressional candidates to debate issues relating to science, innovation and health.

Poll highlights include:

  • 58% of Americans do not believe the United States will be a world leader in science and technology in 2020;
  • 53% of Americans do not believe the United States will be a world leader in health care in 2020;
  • 65% of Americans say it's important that the U.S. is a leader in medical and health research.
  • 85% of likely voters are concerned about the impact of a decreased federal investment in research, including the possibility of scientists leaving their profession or moving abroad to countries with a stronger investment in research;
  • 66% of likely voters believe government investment in medical and health research will have an impact on the future of the United States; and
  • Nearly 70% of Americans believe science and math education will have an impact on the future of the United States.


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Contact: Angie Antonopoulos
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