Opinion Poll: Arizona Voters Want Action on the High Price of Prescription Drugs

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September 24, 2018

The cost of healthcare is the single most important issue facing the country, according to 56% of Arizonans, edging out jobs and the economy (41%) and immigration (34%), according to a scientific opinion poll of 750 Arizona voters, conducted from Aug. 16-23, 2018. In particular, the high cost of prescription drugs weighs heavily on a stunning 80% of Arizona voters.

The poll’s findings, commissioned by the nonprofit, nonpartisan West Health Institute, could have significant repercussions for political candidates. Voters are concerned, and they have said that concern will be reflected at the polls.