Siena poll: More than half of New Yorkers touched by opioid crisis
One in four New Yorkers personally knows someone who has died because of an opioid overdose.
That's according to a new Siena poll out Sunday.
The same poll found that more than half of New Yorkers have been personally touched by the crisis -- someone close to them has dealt with opioid abuse.
Eighty percent of those asked agree the nation is in the middle of an epidemic.