In three months, registered voters in Ohio will decide on Issue 2 and despite more than $22 million in combined campaign contributions on both sides -- most registered voters surveyed said they don't know what the Drug Price Relief Act is on the Nov. 7 ballot, according to a new survey.
SurveyUSA conducted a phone survey for FOX19 NOW and out of 532 registered voters polled, 6 out of 10 said they don't know much, if anything, about Issue 2.
Issue 2, or the Drug Price Relief Act, would require Ohio to pay no more for prescription drugs than the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The survey was conducted from Aug. 1 through Aug. 6. (Here's a look at those who took the survey.)
Here is a breakdown of how 532 registered voters in Ohio responded to our survey: (The margin of error is ± 4.3 percent.)
A similar ballot measure in the state of California was narrowly defeated in November 2016, after two early polls showed the California measure leading 3:1.
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