45%
Yes
55%
No
31%
Yes
46%
No
11%
Yes, drug abuse should be treated as a health issue, not a criminal issue
7%
No, this would encourage drug use and lower funding for rehabilitation centers
3%
Yes, this is necessary to reduce the drug overdose death rate
2%
No, but legalize drugs

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from Italy users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9NTCRJJanswered…3 days3D

Yes, it shouldn’t be treated as criminal issues, but this center must have rehabilitation as final goal

 @9NPMNMKanswered…5 days5D

Credo che ciò debba accadere proprio nei centri di riabilitazione. È una misura che serve a ridurre le morti per overdose, ma che deve essere accompagnata a un trattamento per curare la dipendenza.

 @8RJ4W3Kanswered…3yrs3Y

 @9MSNGWTanswered…3wks3W

No, though I may be in favor of examining the possibility of legalization of the least dangerous drugs. To buy them would require registration with your doctor to get a license to buy drugs for recreational use. It would be an opportunity to catch mental health issues. It would create a source of income to support drug-abuse. It would remove a source of income for organized crime.

 @9BJDKYTfrom Tennessee answered…1yr1Y

Yes, as long as it is used for those trying to quit. Not a drug hang out place