Support for evidence-informed opioid policies and interventions: The role of racial attitudes, political affiliation, and opioid stigma

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Abstract: Partisan affiliation, racial attitudes, and opioid use disorder (OUD) stigma influence public support for policies to address such disorders. Prior studies suggest public perceptions of the opioid epidemic are less racialized and less politically polarized than were public perceptions of the crack cocaine epidemic. Analyzing a cross-sectional, nationally representative sample (n=1,161 U....

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