A new Ipsos MORI
survey of more than 23,000 adults across 28 countries has gauged international feelings on a range of healthcare topics
such as quality of care, access to medical professionals and waiting times. Respondents were also asked whether they agree with the statement "I frequently give blood to help others".
58 percent of Saudis
said they agree and frequently donate their blood. In India, the share was 52 percent while in China it was 40 percent. It was far lower in many developed countries with only 23 percent of people in the U.S. and France agreeing. The share was lower still in the United Kingdom (18 percent), Germany (17 percent), Russia (16 percent) and Japan (11 percent).