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There was no definite trend between the preclinical and clinical groups; second, fourth and fifth years were more inclined to agree, while first and third-years tended to disagree.
5% said strongly disagree and 10% "neither agree nor disagree".
Respondents 18-19 are also most likely to strongly disagree with the statement that coverage was excellent (32.
There is no point in debating with you, Russell," Wittgenstein replied: "You disagree with everything I say.
out of 12,2% of the surveyed pupils which disagre with the statement, only 4,6% disagree at all.
In contrast student perceptions on the need for parent/student workshops (Table 2) moved more to disagree (from 3 to 2.
However, 42% believe they "cannot meet all the conflicting demands" on their time at work, while 32% think they can and 27% neither agree or disagree.
MORE than half of doctors disagree with the Government's controversial reforms of the NHS, and many do not believe they will improve patient care, according to a poll.
To test the advocates' perceptions, arbitrators prepared a ninety-question survey to which an advocate could respond on a one-to-five scoring system (from strongly disagree to strongly agree).
3 : a group of people that disagree with, disapprove of, or resist someone or something
Under 50 Agree 50+Agree Under 50 Total 50+Total Strongly Strongly agree agree 17% 26% 37% 38% Disagree Strongly Disagree Strongly Total disagree Total disagree 14% 26% 30% 39%
Several questions asked by the Kaiser Family Foundation poll followed this formula: "I'm going to read you a list of things some people have said about allowing the federal government to use its buying power to negotiate with drug companies to try to get a lower price for prescription drugs for people on Medicare, and I'd like you to tell me whether you agree or disagree with each of these statements.