12 Statistics on Orthopedic Surgeon Political Leanings

Laura Dyrda -  
Here are 12 statistics on orthopedic surgeon political leanings based on the 2012 and 2013 Medscape Orthopedist Lifestyles report.1. About 46 percent of orthopedic surgeons say they are fiscally and socially conservative.

2. Around 42 percent of orthopedic surgeons report being fiscally conservative and socially liberal.

3. 10 percent of orthopedic surgeons report begin fiscally and socially liberal.

4. Less than 5 percent report being fiscally liberal and socially conservative.

5. Around 46 percent of orthopedic surgeons who report burnout are socially liberal.

6. Around 47 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting no burnout are socially liberal.

7. Nearly 10 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting burnout are fiscally liberal.

8. Close to 15 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting no burnout are fiscally liberal.

9. 50 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting burnout are socially conservative.

10. About 48 percent of orthopedic surgeons not reporting burnout are socially conservative.

11. 50 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting burnout are fiscally conservative.

12. About 80 percent of orthopedic surgeons reporting no burnout were fiscally conservative.

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