Six in 10 Canadians do not support allowing mature minors or people who suffer from mental illnesses to access physician-assisted dying, according to a new Forum Research Inc. poll provided exclusively to The Hill Times. The random sampling of 1,429 Canadian voters indicated that 62 per cent were against allowing mature minors aged 12 to 18 to access assisted suicide, while 61 per cent did not support extending access to people with mental illnesses, like depression or bipolar disorder.
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