Tag: Morrison-Cronkite Poll

Arizona Public Media: The opioid addiction

April 2017

Arizona Public Media reported that a survey by researchers at Arizona State University's Morrison Institute found that
one-third of Arizonans said they are not told by doctors about the addictive nature of opioid-based, prescription painkillers.

“Given the immense amount of media attention, it was still surprising that so few doctors are actually talking to their patients about how addictive these opiates can become,” said Thom Reilly, Morrison Institute director.

Horizon: Opioid abuse poll

April 2017

Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have released their latest poll, this one focused on opioid abuse in Arizona. Thom Reilly, director of Morrison Institute, tells us about the poll results.

Morrison-Cronkite News poll underscores opioid crisis in Arizona

April 2017

The prevalence of prescription opioid abuse and addiction in Arizona is widespread, according to the Morrison-Cronkite News Poll: Arizonans’ Opinions on Opioids and Addiction. The statewide survey found four in 10 Arizona adults (41.8 percent) know someone who has been addicted to prescription painkillers.

Morrison-Cronkite Poll: Opioids & Addiction

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April 2017
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The prevalence of prescription opioid abuse and addiction in Arizona is widespread, according to a major statewide poll released by Arizona State University today.

The Morrison-Cronkite News Poll: Arizonans' Opinions on Opioids and Addiction found four in 10 Arizona adults (41.8 percent) know someone who has been addicted to prescription painkillers. The poll's margin of error was plus or minus 3.5 percentage points.

State Press: Students surprised by election outcome

November 2016

ASU’s State Press reported that in the aftermath of one historical presidential upset, ASU students have remained divided on the results.

Morrison Institute (for Public Policy) released a survey in October — which was accurate in many of the races, but not the presidential.

LA Times: Arpaio’s ailing poll numbers

November 2016

The Los Angeles Times reported that for the first time in his political career, after 24 years in office over six terms, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is trailing by a significant margin late in the campaign after a series of public missteps, the most consequential of which could land him in jail.

Bloomberg: Continuing Arizona’s immigration debate

November 2016

Bloomberg reported that whatever happens on Nov. 8, the immigration debate will continue to rage, and Arizona will still be the case study for mass deportations.

ABC15: Methodology important when reading polls

October 2016

KNXV-TV in Phoenix reported that polls indicate a close presidential race and many are predicting it’s going to come right down to the wire.

Arizona State University Professor Thom Reilly (director, Morrison Institute) says the ebb and flow between the two candidates is usually because of debate performances or news coverage.

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