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Poll: Most
Americans support comprehensive sex education

Poll: Most
Americans support comprehensive sex education

A new online poll by Harris Interactive of more than 2,200 Americans shows widespread support of comprehensive sex education in U.S. schools and for condom use to prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, The Wall Street Journal reports. A total of 87% of respondents said they supported sex education in high schools, and 92% said they strongly or somewhat favor condom use to prevent disease. The survey also found that 87% support U.S. funding of international AIDS programs and 70% support funding of international birth control programs. More than 60% of respondents also said they strongly or somewhat support urging young people to abstain from sex until marriage. (Advocate.com)

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