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    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs 02.18.13
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Who was Involved? Composed based on data from 2.4.2013 – 2.15.2013 502 Participants Buzz Marketing Group’s War On Drugs 9,000 Panelists 2013 is based on qualitative and 59% Female quantitative research conducted with more 41% Male than 500 buzzSpotters® throughout theUnited States during the month of February,2013.This report is available for download Survey fielded online at www.buzzmg.com/reports. Ages 18-34 18-22 17% 23-26 25% 27-30 31% 31-34 27%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Location CA 14% NJ Rest of 5% the USA 27% NY 12% TX 11% IL 11% FL GA 7% 3% PA OH 6% 4%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Ethnicity Mixed Hispanic 5% 10% Asian American 5% Black 12% White 68%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Marital Status Divorced 1% Married 23% Single 40% In a relationshi p 26% Dating 10%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Education Masters Ph.D GED Degree 1% 5% 8% High school diploma 27% Associates Bachelors Degree Degree 14% 45%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Employment Freelance Unemployed 5% 6% Working part-time A 14% student 14% Self- employed 8% Working full- time 53%
    • War On Drugs 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Household Income 47% 24% 22% 3% 3% 2% 1%Less than $8,000 - $33,000- $82,000 - $170,000 - More than I dont want $8,000 $33,000 $82,000 $170,000 $370,000 $370,000 to specify
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Which of the following drugs do you consider dangerous? Heroine 97% Methamphetamine 96% Cocaine 91% Inhalants 85% Hallucinogens ( LSD ) 82% Ecstasy 80% Prescription Drugs 76% Tobacco 63% Alcohol 60% Marijuana 31%
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Which of the following drugs/substances have you tried at least once? Alcohol 93% Marijuana 76% Tobacco 71% Prescription Drugs 57% Ecstasy 33% Cocaine 27% Hallucinogens ( LSD ) 21% Inhalants 14% Methamphetamine 13% Heroine 7%
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Which of the following drugs/ substances have you used within the last year? Alcohol 86% Marijuana 47% Tobacco 45% Prescription Drugs 35% Cocaine 12% Ecstasy 11% Hallucinogens ( LSD ) 9% Methamphetamine 2% Inhalants 1% Heroine 1%
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs If you have ever tried drugs, what was the reason? Curiosity 78%   Stress 48%   Boredom 41%   Easy access 34%   To gain acceptance 20%   Self-medication 20%   To increase self-esteem 13%   Genetic addiction 9%   Parental influence 9%   To get attention 8%  
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs How old were you when you had your first experience with drugs? 16% 15% 15% 9% 8% 8% 6% 6% 5% 4% 3% 3% 1% Ten Eleven Twelve Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen Seventeen Eighteen Nineteen Twenty Twenty-One Over Twenty-One
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs If you wanted to buy illegal drugs right now, would you know where to go? 54% 46% Yes No
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Have you ever struggled with drug abuse? 86% 14% Yes No
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Do you know anybody who has struggled with drug abuse? 83% 17% Yes No
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Who should decide whether or not marajuna should be legal? 68% 32% the federal government the states
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Do you think marajuana should be legalized? 80% 20% Yes No
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Do you think we need more protection at the border to fight drug trafficking? 61% 39% Yes No
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Who do you think is to blame for the growing drug problem in the USA? The US government 73% The buyers and users 55% The drug dealers 53% The bordering countries 41%
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Do you think the government is spending enough money to fight the war on drugs? 55% 23% 22% No they are not They are spending They are spending spending enough the right amount too much
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Should drug-related crimes carry minimum sentences? 50% 41% 9% Yes They should be No evaluated case by case
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs What is the best way to fight the war on drugs? Legalization 74% Treatment and Education 70% Border Protection 42% Cooperation with 33% neighboring countries Prosecution of those 31% involved
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Do you think that the US government is winning the war on drugs? No 72% It is hard to tell 23% I didnt know there was a war on drugs 4% Yes 1%
    • War On Drugs Report 2013 What Millennials Really Think About The War On Drugs Key FindingsOur Millennials are not addicted, they are just Being proactive is the best way to move forward incurious. 78% of our Millennials reported that the war on drugs. 70% of our Millennials believetheir experiences with drugs have been primarily that taking steps towards legalizing drugs anddue to curiosity. 59% of them had their first providing better education and treatment are theexperience while they were in high school while best solutions for the future. Although only 14% ofonly 6% waited until they were at least 21 years our Millennials have every struggled with drugold. abuse, 83% of them know someone who has. Our Millennials do not consider marijuana to be a dangerous substance and in fact, they think it is less harmful than alcohol. 76% stated that they had tried it at least once before and 47% said they used it within the last year. Only 31% said they considered marijuana to be dangerous with the next closest drug on the list, in terms of danger, being alcohol at 60%.
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