Comparing attitudes toward stigmatized deaths: Suicide and opioid overdose deaths

Death by suicide and opioid overdose has been associated with negative stigmatization. It is important to investigate whether a suicide death and a fatal opioid overdose share similar stigmatized reactions and how attitudes shape the public willingness to intervene in prevention and treatment efforts. Respondents were recruited for an online survey through convenience sampling and […]

A survey about mental health and suicide in the United States

The Mental Health and Suicide Survey was conducted online within the United States by Harris Poll on behalf of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention between August 10th and 12th, 2015 among 2,020 adults ages 18,+ among which 198 are […]

Public perception of mental health and suicide prevention survey results: August 2020

This report summarizes the results of a Harris Poll conducted in July 2020 about public knowledge, perceptions, attitudes, and experiences related to mental health, access to mental health care, and suicide prevention among adults in the United States. The poll was conducted on behalf of the National Action AllianceĀ for Suicide Prevention, Suicide Prevention Resource Center, […]

Public perception of mental health and suicide prevention survey results: September 2022

This report summarizes the results of a Harris Poll conducted in July 2020 about public knowledge, perceptions, attitudes, and experiences related to mental health, access to mental health care, and suicide prevention among adults in the United States. The poll was conducted on behalf of the National Action AllianceĀ for Suicide Prevention, Suicide Prevention Resource Center, […]