|Title:||Harvard School of Public Health Poll: The Low-Income Southern States Survey – Wave 2 |
|Survey Sponsor:||Harvard School of Public Health|
|Survey Firm:||Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS)|
|Study Date:||November 12-December 28, 2014|
|Sample:||Adult residents of Arkansas, Kentucky, and Texas ages 19-64|
Health insurance coverage (8); familiarity with health insurance marketplaces (1); media coverage in support of/opposed to Affordable Care Act (1); health insurance marketplace experiences (7); lost or changed health insurance in past year (1); effect of health care law on respondent (1); number of personal health care providers (1); changed or lost doctor(s) in past year (2); main medical care location (1); ease of getting doctor appointment (2); outpatient visits in past More...
Columns 971-980 (xxxxxxx.xx) – Varname: WEIGHT1
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|Usage Note:||Principal Investigator: Benjamin Sommers, Associate Professor of Health Policy and Economics, Harvard School of Public Health|
Harvard School of Public Health. Harvard School of Public Health Poll: The Low-Income Southern States Survey – Wave 2, Nov, 2014 [dataset]. 31102994, Version 2. Social Science Research Solutions (SSRS) [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Jun-19-2019.
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