- Doctors, nurses and pharmacists have seen approval ratings nosedive
- Physicians saw a 15-point drop from the start of the pandemic until now
- It coincides with a rapid, progressive reshaping of the sector, experts warn
Public support for doctors and nurses has tanked in recent years, especially among conservatives, as the sector has been bashed for wokery in everything from masking to doling out puberty blockers to kids.
The share of Americans who rate doctors’ ethical standards highly has dropped from 77 percent at the start of the pandemic in 2020 to 62 percent at the end of 2022 — an unusually steep 15-point fall over two years, says Gallup.
Nurses — and even pharmacists — have also seen their approval ratings nosedive. They’re all still far ahead of other professions, such as lawyers, bankers, and accountants, but the decline is stark and worrying.
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