Kaiser Family Foundation Releases Updated Poll Data on Americans’ Views On Ebola

Kaiser Family Foundation: Data Note: Update On Public Confidence In U.S. Health Institutions To Deal With Ebola
In light of the evolving news regarding the cases of Ebola in the U.S., the Kaiser Family Foundation re-surveyed the American public from October 17-19 to determine whether confidence in health authorities to prevent the spread of Ebola has changed. This new survey follows one released earlier in October, which came out of the field before the October 15 announcement that a second nurse had been diagnosed with Ebola, and before widespread news coverage of the fact that the CDC had cleared the second nurse to fly on a commercial airline flight (10/21).

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