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Axios/SurveyMonkey poll: neuroscience

Axios/SurveyMonkey poll: neuroscience

Most consumers regularly see advertisements for dietary supplements to improve memory, or at least that’s what they can recall.

  • Fully 61% of all Americans say they see such ads at least once a week, including 34% who see them almost every day.
  • Nearly one in four report buying supplements, which is higher than the number discussing taking the promised memory-boosters with a health care provider.
  • Most people regularly see advertisements for dietary supplements to improve memory: 61% say they see them at least once a week, including 34% who see them almost every day
  • But, few people actually buy these supplements and even fewer discuss them with a health care provider.

Read more about our polling methodology here
Click through all the results in the interactive toplines below:

Question text:
How often do you see advertisements for dietary supplements to improve memory, either online, on television, in print, or elsewhere?
Have you ever purchased these dietary supplements for yourself or for someone close to you?
Have you ever discussed these dietary supplements with a health care provider?