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April 7, 2005
According To Zogby Poll - Americans Appear To Have Been Misled About Terri Schiavo's Condition (Updated)
Concerned Women for America (CWA) says a new Zogby Poll that accurately depicts Terri Schiavo's medical condition sharply contradicts findings from earlier polls. New data shows that 80 percent of Americans disagreed with Judge Greer's starvation order that ultimately resulted in Terri's death.
(...) this week's poll asked: "If a disabled person is not terminally ill, not in a coma, and not being kept alive by life support, should or should they not be denied food and water?" This accurately describes Terri's condition. Only 7 percent said people in this condition should be denied, while 80 percent said they should not be denied food and water.
(...) Another question ... "Michael Schiavo has had a girlfriend for 10 years and has two children with her. Considering this, do you agree or disagree that Michael Schiavo should turn guardianship of Terri over to her parents?" These facts were widely unknown by the American public throughout Terri's battle. In the poll, 56 percent of Americans agreed that Michael Schiavo should have turned over Terri's guardianship to his parents due to the conflict of interest provided by his adultery, with 35 percent disagreeing.
Give Americans accurate information, and the polling comes out quite different than the MSM polls done to slant the public against Terri's life being saved.
Update: Thanks to reader - actual Zogby poll report.
Posted by richard at April 7, 2005 7:36 AM
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