60%
Yes
40%
No
60%
Yes
40%
No

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 @9MMD6HL from North Carolina answered…4wks4W

Yes, but only in terms of preventing disease, disorders, and significant health issues. This should not be applied to physical appearance.

 @9P8RD7G from Maryland answered…3 days3D

Regardless, human genetic modification is abhorrent and should not be pursued as a scientific field.

 @9P5Z6YQ from Indiana answered…4 days4D

Yes, but only to research and look for a solution for life-threatening conditions or problems that severely affect quality of life

 @9P2SFXS from Utah answered…6 days6D

There needs to be more information on this topic open to the public and then an accurate representation of opinion can be shared

 @9P29K2W from Texas answered…6 days6D

I do not think that designer babies are necessarily a good idea. Genetic modifications of humans can definitely push our species toward prosperity, but in the context of CRISPR, I do not trust unregulated modifications to the human genome.

 @9NYGG98 from Indiana answered…7 days7D

No - I don't think the government should, but there should be some sort of scientific panel that can regulate it. There are too many people with malicious motives they may not use it for beneficial modifications.

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