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January 09, 2011


The survey, which was conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, assessed the views of 400 "elite" voters, which were defined as voters having a college degree, a household income of more than $75,000, and who closely follow current events ... and whom are also employed by a BIO corporation or local law firm.


If they did an actual survey of people with only the qualifications you listed then 95%+ would respond that they are totally ignorant of the whole subject and would have to be led by the hand by the questioner/quenstion sheet. Unfortunately.

In a way this is rather hilarious though. It shows you can barely hand pick a sample of people such that you get a majority in support of gene patents.

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