... in terms of what people are agreeing to. What were the questions? Eg:
Such research will save / improve quality of life, do you agree?
Or, Do you agree with the "legitimisation"/ legal regulation of a practice which is going on around the world discreetly anyway?
Or, If such research is successful and is subsequently used for the wrong purpose (ie it is usable in reverse - Heaven help us all), do you agree?
Or, Thousands of embryos could be used in experiments -we might get lucky with one of them. Do you agree?
How well can people possibly distinguish between embryonic rights and the potential consequences, be they good or bad?
Apparently the potential benefit could be enormous - eventually. Is the industry and government sufficiently well advanced at this time? The industry will no doubt demonstrate their perceived capability (eg for a licence) to be adjudged by people who don't have a clue. Even with any amount of ethical acceptability (a moot point in itself), the legal flow-chart of "do's" and "don't" will probably run to a page or two...
I know that "New poll" in your header is a lead-in to the article, rather than a poll of members - but it's really the same thing, isn't it?