While there is increased support to do more, Americans seem to recognize the big challenges in confronting HIV/AIDS worldwide. Four in ten Americans (40%) think the world is losing ground on the epidemic; overwhelming majorities think most people with HIV in developing countries do not get needed medication (92%) and that most people at high risk do not have access to needed prevention services (81%).
The survey, conducted March 24 through April 18, 2006, covers a variety of topics including HIV/AIDS as a problem for our nation, knowledge and perceptions about HIV/AIDS, domestic HIV spending and program priorities, views on the global HIV epidemic, and African Americans and HIV. To view more results please click here.
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