Data Report

The Fentanyl Epidemic – what Americans are saying about the emerging crisis

Noam Rabinovich

Noam Rabinovich

Head of Content Strategy

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Intro

In November 2021, a grim milestone was reached, as more than 100,000 people died over a 12-month period from fatal drug overdoses for the first time in U.S. history. A major culprit was Fentanyl, which has been laced into illegal drugs and whose involvement can be detected in most of these deaths.

Local governments, health professionals, and police departments are increasingly viewing Fentanyl as a top concern and are acutely aware of the need to raise awareness about the dangers of this narcotic and, hopefully, save lives.

As a first step, Zencity clients turn to Zencity Organic to understand whether their residents are concerned about the presence and impact of Fentanyl in their community, and what they are asking their representatives to do.

In this data report, we break down what we found about Fentanyl in the organic discourse of our 300+ communities. Download the PDF to discover what we found.

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