Results from the NORC’s AmeriSpeak Stigma Survey 3 on the General Public’s Views Towards Recovery and Treatment from Opioid Use Disorder (June 2020)

This presentation contains results from the MAARC’s third AmeriSpeak Brief Stigma Survey (JCOIN 026) done in June 2020. NORC conducted a third cross-sectional national survey of the U.S. adult population, using AmeriSpeak’s® web, probability-based panel. The third of the AmeriSpeak Omnibus Surveys continues NORC’s work measuring stigma and opioid use disorder (OUD) but adds questions…

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Results from the NORC’s AmeriSpeak Stigma Survey 1 on the General Public’s Views Towards Opioids (February 2020)

This presentation contains results from the MAARC’s first AmeriSpeak Brief Stigma Survey (JCOIN 026) done in February 2020. The presentation summarizes the general adult population’s knowledge, attitudes, and stigma towards opioid misuse, people with histories of opioid misuse, and policies related to opioid misuse. NORC conducted a cross-sectional national survey of the U.S. adult population,…

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Opioid Use Disorder Stigma, Discrimination, and Policy Attitudes in a National Sample of U.S. Young Adults

This study analyzed the attitudes of young adults (19-29 years) in the United States toward persons with opioid use disorder (OUD) through the lens of social stigma, discrimination, and policy attitudes. On average, although young adults supported treatment-oriented policies for those with opioid use disorder, they also endorsed moderate levels of stigma and discrimination. Increased…

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AmeriSpeak Brief Opioid Stigma Survey (026)

To assess how stigma changes overtime, the NORC at the University of Chicago is conducting a study to measure public support for opioid use disorder (OUD) treatment, assess stigma associated with OUD, and perceptions of criminality around OUD. This study will use a nationally representative survey panel and will administer short surveys twice a year for a total of five years. The data collected from this study will allow for a better understanding of the public’s opinion on issues related to OUD, stigma, and the justice system and how perceptions change over time.

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