Research Shows Voters Rely on Pharmacies

| Aug-20-15

By the Numbers: Research Shows Voters Rely on Pharmacies

28        Percentage of likely voters who said they had received a flu shot in a pharmacy in the last 12 months

17        Percentage of likely voters who said they had received a vaccination other than the flu in a pharmacy in the last 12 months (e.g., shingles, hepatitis, tetanus)

88        Percentage of likely voters who reported they had filled a prescription at a pharmacy

20        Percentage of likely voters who said they had a basic healthcare service performed at a pharmacy (e.g., blood pressure or temperature check)

53        Percentage of likely voters who said they had seen a pharmacist with questions about prescription medications at a pharmacy

Source: July 2015 opinion research commissioned by NACDS and conducted by Public Opinion Strategies

 

 

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