EoR has been playing around with Google Trends, and is reassured that the majority of people seem to have some understanding of evidence based medicine, or at least an interest in same. For example, internet searches for acupuncture, chiropracty, reiki, homeopathy, and western medicine shows that the trends for the woo alternatives have been declining for the past couple of years. "Western Medicine", as a search term, rates far below the magic options but EoR suspects that anyone seriously interested in that subject is more likely to look for information somewhere other than the internet (or, specifically, Google). The internet functions much better as a repository of delusional and unproven ideas.
Nonetheless, surgery is still a much more popular option to alternative therapy.
And, sadly, that renaissance woman, Hulda Clark, still has a long way to go before her worldsaving theories become as popular as Einstein.