Wednesday, February 21, 2007

CJ poll shows opposition to HPV vaccination

According to this morning's Louisville Courier-Journal, the Bluegrass Poll found a majority of Kentuckians opposed to mandatory HPV vaccinations. About 47 percent of Kentuckians opposed making it mandatory while only 38 percent supported it.

Of course, that's not what the CJ's headline said. The headline said, "Kentuckians split on cervical cancer vaccine." Well, well.

Of course, in its results on casino gambling, were somewhat similar (52-38) if you take the margin of error into account (3.5 percent). But that result, interestingly, was billed as support for casino gambling.

Funny how that works.


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