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The Resource ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986

ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986

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ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986
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ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986
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This survey was conducted after a woman in New York died from taking cyanide-poisoned Tylenol capsules. Respondents were asked if they use non-prescription capsule drugs, if they use Tylenol, if they had heard of the poisoning case, and if it will affect their use of capsule drugs. Additional questions include whether the drug company did enough to ensure the safety of the product, whether drug companies should discontinue the production of all capsules, and whether TV reports of the incident were too sensationalized. They were also asked if they thought the incident was the act of a mentally disturbed person or a terrorist, whether they thought that others might attempt the same thing, and if they were afraid that their own food and drugs might be tampered with. Age and sex were also recorded
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ABC News
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ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986
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  • 1986-02-18
  • 8575
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ICPSR08575.v1
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ABC News Tylenol Poisoning Poll, February 1986
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  • 1986-02-18
  • 8575
Control code
ICPSR08575.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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