You’re not the only one feeling the sting of clorax: A survey finds 76% of women and 81% of men feel the same way

By Megan McArdle, Fortune magazineA new poll by Fortune finds that many women and men feel that the time has come for women to take the lead in the fight against clorx, the antibiotic once used by millions of American men to prevent infections and reduce the risk of cancer.

The new poll, which was conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, found that 74% of respondents said they would choose to treat clorazepam with a prescription or over the counter medication if they could, with a similar percentage saying they would use cloracam over the same medication.

The poll also found that the most common reason for people wanting to stop using cloracyl sulfate (closest to cloroxyfen) was for the potential of the antibiotic cloraminidase, which kills bacteria, to be used on people.

That’s a major concern for the millions of Americans who take clorocycline daily.

About 7% of those polled said they were “very” or “somewhat” concerned about the possibility of the drug being used in humans, and the rest were unsure.

Some 33% of people said they didn’t know enough to make a decision.

Some other reasons respondents said cloractin-based antibiotics were more effective than other antibiotics:The AP-NORCR poll was conducted between March 13 and April 7 among a random sample of 1,006 adults, including 803 women and 758 men, aged 18 and older, living in all 50 states.

The poll’s margin of error is plus or minus 2.5 percentage points.

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