Patients for Affordable Drugs Now Poll Finds Vast Majority of Voters Reject Pharmaceutical Industry Rhetoric, Want Lawmakers to Hold Big Pharma Accountable
A new national survey from Patients for Affordable Drugs Now shows the vast majority of American voters continue to support solutions to lower prescription drug prices by holding Big Pharma accountable. The survey was conducted by GS Strategy Group and Hart Research Associates among 1,000 likely voters.
Key takeaways include 1) Americans believe prescription drug prices are too high and blame the pharmaceutical industry; 2) they support solutions to address the problem including by limiting the pharmaceutical industry’s price hikes to the rate of inflation; 3) they think Congress has not done enough to address the problem; and 4) they believe high prescription drug prices are the result of a monopoly controlled by Big Pharma, not a free, open and competitive market.
A few key results from the survey include:
Find the full survey from Patients for Affordable Drugs Now HERE.
Read more on voters’ rejection of the pharmaceutical industry’s blame game and overwhelming support for solutions to hold Big Pharma accountable HERE.
Learn more about market-based solutions to hold Big Pharma accountable HERE.