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Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008: October 2008

The final Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 finds more people are reporting problems with health care bills, and paying for health care retains a solid hold on the public’s list of their top economic concerns. About one in three Americans now report their family has had problems paying medical…

Toplines: Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 — October 2008

This document contains the detailed toplines from the October Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 poll. The poll involved a nationally representative random sample of 1,217 adults ages 18 and older, including 1,115 adults who say they are registered to vote, who were interviewed by telephone between October 8 and…

Pre-Election Poll: Voters, Health Care and the 2008 Election

This document contains the detailed toplines from the “Pre-election Poll: Voters, Health Care and the 2008 Election” designed and analyzed by researchers at the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health. The study’s findings are featured in an article published in The New England Journal of Medicine. The…

Voters and Health Reform in the 2008 Presidential Election

This analysis, published in the November 6, 2008, New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), finds that seven in ten registered voters say major changes are needed in the U.S. health care system. The article is the second in a series of reports published in NEJM examining how the election can…

Low-Income Adults in New Orleans in 2008: Who Are They and How Are They Faring?

Based on data from Kaiser’s Second Post-Katrina Survey, this Survey Brief profiles low-income adults in New Orleans in 2008, examining their demographics, personal recovery from the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, worries and concerns, and financial and health care challenges. It finds that low-income adults in New Orleans are more likely…

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information – Toplines

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information – ToplinesThese toplines provide complete survey questions and findings on the updated examination of consumers’ views on health care quality information reveals major challenges remain in providing the public with comparative quality information and encouraging its use. The 2008…

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality InformationAn updated examination of consumers’ views on health care quality information reveals major challenges remain in providing the public with comparative quality information and encouraging its use. The 2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information finds…

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information Summary & Chartpack

2008 Update on Consumers’ Views of Patient Safety and Quality Information – Summary & ChartpackThis summary and chartpack provides an updated examination of consumers’ views on health care quality information reveals major challenges remain in providing the public with comparative quality information and encouraging its use. The 2008 Update on…

Preparedness for A Major Hurricane or Other Emergency

As part of the September Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008, the Foundation asked the public what their view was of the recent evacuation process when Hurricane Gustav hit the Louisiana coast on September 1. New Orleans residents and the government bodies that aided them in their evacuation receive high…

Toplines: Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 – September 2008

This document contains the topline from the September Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: Election 2008 poll. The poll involved a nationally representative random sample of 1,207 adults (including 1,081 who say they were registered to vote), who were interviewed by telephone between September 8 and 13, 2008. The margin of sampling…

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