Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS, Part One: Global HIV/AIDS – Toplines
These survey findings of Americans’ views on global HIV/AIDS are part of Kaiser’s national “Survey of Americans on HIV/AIDS,” conducted in spring 2004. Other portions of the national survey will be released this summer. This portion of the survey explores such issues as foreign aid, general knowledge about the global epidemic and the role of the United States, as well as which individuals are associated with the fight against global HIV/AIDS and where Americans get information about the issue (June 2004).
Survey Toplines (.pdf)
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