Plans to introduce opt-out organ donation are supported by almost two-thirds of Welsh people, according to a BBC Wales poll.
It found 63% of voters backed a system of presumed consent and 31% were against.
Kidney Wales Foundation said people saw it was "important to save lives".
The Welsh government wants to change the law so everyone's organs are available for donation when they die unless they object.
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