Among Americans, there is about 70% support for using human gene editing to cure or correct disease.
The support of people in China for using human gene editing to cure disease was similar in a recent survey.
The US support has increased by about ten percent compared to a 2016 Pew Research survey.
The Chinese survey of people living with HIV and AIDS showed 95% support for the use of human gene editing for HIV prevention.
The Chinese referendum showed 75-80% support for human gene processing to treat genetic heart disease or prolong life.
The Chinese survey had 30% human gene editing support to improve intelligence or physical ability.
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China's support or undecided levels for human gene manipulation to increase intelligence or physical ability are likely to exceed 50%.
 Nextbigfuture is fairly certain that support for human gene processing for a particular disease that poses an immediate threat to the interviewee will be approximately 95%.
Nextbigfuture is pretty sure that support for human gene editing for life extension will be over 90% as this is clearly effective and safe. Support will also be high if life extension through gene editing reverses aging to reduce people's aging damage.