BBC NEWS | Wales | Support for organ opt-out scheme
Nearly half of those surveyed by a Welsh assembly committee say they would like their organs taken automatically after their death to save a life.
The health and wellbeing committee is investigating whether Wales should adopt a system of presumed consent for organ donation.
Committee chair Jonathan Morgan says he wants the public's views to taken into account along with expert evidence.
About 470 people in Wales are waiting for an organ transplant.
Transplant charities want Wales to lead the way in adopting a system where organs would be taken from people following their death unless they had opted out beforehand.
A total of 48% of those who responded as part of the consultation said they would like their organs to be removed automatically to help save or improve someone else's life.