Gallup Poll: Support for Assisted Suicide at the Lowest in 17 years
More bad news for New Jersey assisted suicide bill.
October 16, 2013
A recent Gallup poll questioning Americans on their attitude towards Physician Assisted Suicide (PAS) is getting renewed attention.
Gallup began their national polling on the issue of assisted suicide in 1996 when support for it hovered around 52%, depending on how the question was worded. Support spiked to 68% in mid-2001, but since then, assisted suicide has continually lost support and is now at an all-time low of 51%.
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A3328 & S2259 Are Bad Medicine for New Jersey
If this bill passes, some people's lives will be ended without their consent, through mistakes and abuse. No safeguards have ever been enacted or proposed that can prevent this outcome, which can never be undone. Click here to read the full letter.