Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing, mocks his way through a
congressional hearing on drug pricing and later called lawmakers
The pharmaceutical industry has outdone itself.
It is now the most widely hated industry in the US, unseating
the federal government as the lowest of the low,
according to a new Gallup poll.
In the August 2019 poll, Americans were more than twice as
likely to have a negative view of pharmaceutical companies than to
have a positive view of them—that is, 58% held negative views
while 27% held positive views, yielding a net-positive score of -31
points in the poll.
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