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Up-to-Date drug use statistics in 3,140 U.S counties.
Information about drug use is now just a click away with the recently launched DopeStats.com. The new site is an online statistical database documenting drug use in more than 3,000 counties in the United States.
By: Amor Avhad
DopeStats offers statistics and historical information on more than 300 different drugs and chemicals, including psychoactive drugs like LSD or cannabis or common chemicals picked up at the convenience store like caffeine or nicotine.
Information on each drug includes an average price, including mean, median and mode, each broken down by county.
DopeStats is updated by real people using real legal and illegal drugs. By offering total anonymity to the person, DopeStats can gather the most accurate and up-to-date information on illegal drug use.
"DopeStats.com is going to be an invaluable resource," said Amor Avhad, founder of DopeStats.com. "The main goal of DopeStats.com is to raise drug awareness, while simultaneously improving the quality of drug use statistics by conducting surveys in large quantities. This is already being done by existing organizations like the National Institute on Drug Abuse. DopeStats introduces perspective and accuracy to the statistics by reporting statistics on the county as well as national level in real-time."
Users of DopeStats do not have to worry about repercussions about giving information about illegal drug use. All information is collected through anonymous users and DopeStats does not, and will not in the future, collect any personal information about its users. That's what allows DopeStats to provide the most accurate information available on the Web.
For more information or to submit data, visit www.dopestats.com
DopeStats.com is a statistical database documenting drug use, spiritual, recreational or medicinal. The data is compiled by anonymous users providing information about their use of substances ranging from common psychoactive drugs such as LSD and cannabis, to chemicals like crack/cocaine, nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol (chemically known as ethyl-alcohol)
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An on-line statistical database documenting drug use in the United States. DopeStats reports up-to-date drug use statistics including the number of uses, the average prices, and the total economic cost of over 300 drugs in 3.140 U.S counties.