National Survey on HIV/AIDS Finds Increased Support for U.S. Leadership to Fight the Epidemic Abroad and at Home

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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