As Dr. Kevorkian Released, Just One Quarter (25%) Believe Doctor-Assisted Suicide Should Be Illegal

Most (76%) Canadians Support ‘Right to Die’ Canadians Unchanged In Their Opinions Of Fourteen Years Ago

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Toronto, ON – With the release of Dr. Jack Kevorkian from prison in the United States last week after serving eight years behind bars, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted exclusively for CanWest News Service and Global Television finds that just one quarter (25%) of Canadians believe that ‘doctor-assisted suicide should be prohibited...

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As Dr. Kevorkian Released, Just One Quarter (25%) Believe Doctor-Assisted Suicide Should Be Illegal

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