More than two years into President Trump administration’s promotion of an “America First” approach to international affairs, the April 2019 KFF Health Tracking Poll examines the public’s attitudes toward key global health issues, including views on the U.S. role in world affairs and global health, and support for global health spending.
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Poll: Most Americans Say HIV Is Serious Issue for the Country as Trump Administration Rolls Out New Plan to End HIV by 2030; Black and Hispanic Adults Report More Personal Concern than White Adults
Support for Medicare-for-all Holds Steady With the Trump administration launching a new domestic HIV effort, the latest KFF Health Tracking Poll finds a large majority of Americans (80%) view the HIV epidemic as a serious national issue, including a third (34%) who view it as “very serious.” Nearly half (46%) view…
A new Kaiser Family Foundation issue brief assessing global health policy one year after President Trump took office finds half of Americans (54%) say they want the U.S. to play a major or leading role in improving health for people in developing countries, though support for such engagement is strongest among Democrats (73%)…
In this brief, we take stock of the U.S. global health response on the occasion of one year of the Trump Presidency and look ahead to the global health policy issues that are likely to be front and center in the coming months and years. We include a discussion of new KFF polling data (from January 2018) to provide an updated assessment of U.S. public support for global health programs.
As part of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s ongoing efforts to track the public’s knowledge of the Zika virus outbreak and attitudes towards Zika-related issues, the September Kaiser Health Tracking Poll examines whether the public is taking precautions in order to protect themselves from getting Zika. The poll finds people in…
In advance of the 2016 presidential election, the August Kaiser Health Tracking Poll examines what health care issues voters would most like to hear the presidential candidates talk about during their campaigns and which candidate voters trust to do a better job of dealing with certain health care issues. In addition, the August Tracking Poll continues KFF’s analysis on attitudes related to the Zika virus outbreak as well as provides an update on attitudes towards electronic health records.
Majorities Across Party Lines Support Investing More Money in Zika Research and Preventing the Virus’ Spread
Democrats More Favorable to ACA in June, Leading to 44% Unfavorable, 42% Favorable Overall Split Majorities of the public say the United States should invest more money in Zika research and in preventing its spread in this country, the latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds. More than seven in 10…
The June Kaiser Health Tracking Poll examines attitudes on the Affordable Care Act and provides an in-depth analysis of two of the biggest health policy stories of the month: the Zika virus outbreak and reports about the rising costs of ACA health insurance premiums.
In his latest column for The Wall Street Journal’s Think Tank, Drew Altman analyzes the Kaiser Health Policy News Index to determine which health stories in the news have broken through to the public the most in the last year. One conclusion: It wasn’t the Affordable Care Act.