The Public Opinion and Survey Research Program
The Public Opinion and Survey Research program conducts and analyzes original research on Americans’ attitudes, knowledge and experiences with the health care system with the goal of amplifying the public’s voice in major national debates, particularly the voice of often-disenfranchised groups such as the low income and uninsured. In addition to the Foundation’s own health tracking polls, the program also conducts partnership surveys with major national media organizations including The Washington Post and NPR.
- An Early Assessment of Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on Vulnerable Texans in the Gulf Coast Region: Their Voices and Priorities to Inform Rebuilding Efforts
- Survey: Three Months after Hurricane Harvey, Nearly Half of Affected Texas Residents Say They are Not Getting the Help They Need to Recover
- Public Opinion on the Use and Abuse of Prescription Opioids