82%
Yes
18%
No
74%
Yes
14%
No
5%
Yes, but only after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice
3%
No, but they should be allowed to refuse artificial life support
3%
Yes, but only if there is no chance they will survive their illness

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 @9G47KJJanswered…6mos6MO

Only if there is no chance they will survive their illness, after a psychological examination to show they fully understand this choice, should be allowed to refuse artificial life support

 @9FXY277answered…6mos6MO

It’s not assisted suicide!!! It’s the right to pass peacefully without pain and suffering on your own terms

 @9FXSLNDanswered…6mos6MO

I don't trust the doctors, so if they get multiple opinions from not just GPs or Psychologist but naturopaths and different alternate private medicine doctors too. To stop them from being convinced to commit suicide from a sick twisted doctor like the ones who convinced pregnant women and children to get the clot shot.

 @9FWVPBSanswered…6mos6MO

Yes, but I take "examination" out of the yes statement, It is really important that the person understands the choice and that they are making a conscious choice, rather than acting out of despair or self-destructive anger. But a professional examination enables a clinician to arrive at a view but it is the patient who needs to be clear-headed and to make their choice.

 @9FT9T8Tanswered…6mos6MO

Yes, everyone should have the right to end their pain and suffering if there is no hope for survival and all information given so they know the choice they are making.

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