U.S. Public Opinion on Rising Prescription Drug Prices

This survey from the Harvard School of Public Health, investigates the public's views on rising prescription drug prices in the U.S. The survey asks respondent's beliefs on such issues as what causes high drug prices and about the role of government in controlling prices.
  • Language: English
  • Released: November 2015
  • Source(s): Harvard School of Public Health
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