Half of the population believe the family should always have the final say on whether a relative's organs are donated, according to the latest poll conducted by ComRes for ITV News.
- 49% think the family should always have the final say on whether or not their relative's organs are donated.
- 38% disagree that the family should always have final say on the matter.
- 13% aren't sure.
- 47% think that after the death of a loved one, it should be assumed that organs will be donated, unless the family have an objection.
- Men are more likely than women to agree that the family should always have the final say: 52% versus 45%
ComRes surveyed 2,055 people in total.
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