America: Reproductive Cloning
By Yankelovich Partners,
| 01. 01. 1998
|Do you approve or disapprove of the use of cloning for each of the following purposes?
||good idea / yes
||bad idea / no
|- To produce babies whose vital organs can be used to save the life of others?
|- To provide infertile couples using test-tube fertilization with more embryos to increase their chances of conceiving?
|- To make it possible for parents to have a twin at a later date?
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