polling on sexually transmitted infections

Latest Polling
36%
of the public are aware that STIs have become more common over the past decade.
54%
of adults say they personally know someone, including themselves, who has had an STI.
13%
of the public know that over half of people in the U.S. will get an STI during their lifetime.
96%
of the public know that STIs can be transmitted even when that person is not showing any symptoms.
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14.5%

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