Gallup: “Americans’ Views of Pharmaceutical Industry Take a Tumble”

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“In Gallup’s annual measure of 25 major U.S. business sectors, the percentage of Americans with a positive view of the pharmaceutical industry dropped from 40% in 2014 to 35% this year, while the percentage with a negative view rose from 36% to 43%.”

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Justin Karter
MIA Research News Editor: Justin M. Karter is the lead research news editor for Mad in America. He completed his doctorate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. He also holds graduate degrees in both Journalism and Community Psychology from Point Park University. He brings a particular interest in examining and decoding cultural narratives of mental health and reimagining the institutions built on these assumptions.

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    • I agree, an entire made up “bible” of so called “genetic” “mental illnesses,” that have zero relationship to “genetics.” But lots of evidence the DSM is a “bible” of iatrogenic illnesses, created by the psychiatric drugs. Let’s hope the psychiatrists wake up from their delusional belief system soon. They’re perpetrating evil on such a massive scale, it’s almost incomprehensible, just like the Nazi psychiatrists did. And their masters are the exact same banking families who financed the Nazis during WWII. How ironic.

  1. I want to caution folks from drawing a positive conclusion from this poll; according to the summary, the low rating was based on the high cost of pharmaceutical drugs. Big Pharma could easily roll out a big drug give away program and distribute ‘free’ or low-cost drugs to people at soup kitchens, homeless shelters, free clinics, etc. while publicizing such actions in the context of a massive compassionate social justice campaign. That is what I would do if I were a board member of a major Pharma company reading this data. Folks, this low rating has nothing to do with the harm done to millions by psychiatric drugging; the majority of Americans are still clueless as to the extent of the corruption and cover-up of data. Still, any unfavorable publicity could be useful.