Voters More Likely to Support Candidates Making Mental Health a Priority, NAMI/Ipsos Poll Shows

Survey also finds awareness of 988 Lifeline has doubled since nationwide availability


The latest poll from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) finds that voters are more likely to support candidates who put forward policies that help people with mental health conditions. The poll highlights strong support from voters for issues like improving mental health care and removing barriers to access, as well as a possible upside for candidates who make mental health a priority.

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