While a Majority of Canadians Feel Informed on the Issue of HIV/AIDS, They’re Less Informed Now (57%, -13 pts.) Compared to Five Years Ago (70%)

Less Canadians (34%, - 25 pts.) Believe HIV/AIDS to be an International Emergency, While More (54%, +18 pts) Think Calling the Disease a ‘Pandemic’ is an Exaggeration

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Toronto, ON – While a majority (57%) of Canadians feel ‘informed’ (11% very well/46% reasonably well) on the issue of HIV and AIDS, this number is down compared to those who felt ‘informed’ on the issue when the same question was posed five years ago (70%, 16% very well/54% reasonable well), according to a new poll conducted by...

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While a Majority of Canadians Feel Informed on the Issue of HIV/AIDS, They’re Less Informed Now (57%, -13 pts.) Compared to Five Years Ago (70%)

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