Some Positive News about Public Opinion and HIV

… On the eve of the first International AIDS Conference in the U.S. since 1990 (the year we started the modern day Kaiser Family Foundation and made HIV one of our core priorities), there is a lot that is positive about public opinion on HIV. The state of public opinion on HIV, once an issue marked by great fear and misperception, contrasts sharply with the much more toxic environment on many other health issues we poll on, such as health reform, where we see much higher levels of confusion, misperception and division in public opinion. [cont.]

Drew Altman, Kaiser Family Foundation