Three-Quarters Of Americans Support Increased Federal Funding For Zika Research, Prevention Efforts, March Of Dimes Poll Shows

The Hill: Poll: 3 in 4 support boost in funding to combat Zika virus
“Three-quarters of Americans support an increase in federal research dollars to help fight the Zika virus, according to a poll released Tuesday. The survey, which was commissioned by the nonprofit health advocacy group March of Dimes, shows high levels of public support for action on Zika. Nearly 90 percent of Democrats support the funding increase, compared to about 65 percent of Republicans…” (Ferris, 9/6).

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