Survey Says: Drugs Are Less Cool With Teens

A new survey released by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America today states that fewer teenagers think drugs are “cool” to use, due partly to a national anti-drug media campaign.
The study, which surveyed 6,529 13- to 18-year-olds, found that the number of teens exposed to anti-drug ads jumped from 32 percent last year to 45 percent this year.

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