American Public Views U.S. Engagement In Global Health Lesser Priority Than Terrorism, Human Rights, Climate Change, Survey Shows

Becker’s Hospital Review: Poll: Public ranks global health lesser priority behind terrorism, human rights, and climate change
“A majority of Americans want the U.S. to either lead or take a major role in trying to solve international problems, including improving health for people in developing countries, according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation survey of the public’s views on America’s role in global health. However, for the ways in which the U.S. might engage in world affairs, improving the health for people in developing countries is not the public’s top priority…” (Gooch, 4/21).

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