The RCGP 2019 Assisted Dying Membership Consultation surveyed RCGP members about what the College’s position on the law on assisted dying should be.
- 47% of respondents said that the RCGP should oppose a change in the law on assisted dying
- 40% of respondents said the RCGP should support a change in the law on assisted dying, providing there is a regulatory framework and appropriate safeguarding processes in place
- 11% of respondents said that the RCGP should have a neutral position on the topic of the law on assisted dying
Date Published: 21/02/2020
Categories: Health | Professionals | Social | UK
Client: Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP)
Savanta ComRes interviewed 6,674 RCGP members online between 29th October and 15th December 2019. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.