A new survey of over 2,000 U.S. adults, conducted onlineby Harris Poll on behalf ofthe Property CasualtyInsurers Association of America ("PCI"), has foundthat more Americans consider using social media (99%) and texting(98%) on a cell phone to be dangerous while driving than beingunder the influence of marijuana (91%).

Although the vast majority of Americans (91%) believe drivingunder the influence of marijuana is dangerous and a similarpercentage (87%) say those who do so are a hazard to others on theroad, just two in five (40%) believe it is contributing to moremotor vehicle crashes.

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