|Title:||Harvard School of Public Health/Alzheimer Europe Poll: Five-Country Alzheimer's Disease Survey [MCMISC2011-ADS]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Harvard School of Public Health/Alzheimer Europe|
|Survey Firm:||TNS Intersearch|
|Study Date:||February 7-27, 2011|
|Sample:||Adult residents of France, Germany, Poland, Spain and the United States|
|Survey Notes:||This study contains sampling using landline telephones and cellular phones.|
Diseases afraid of getting (1); government spending on Alzheimer's disease (2); candidates supporting Alzheimer's spending (1); people with Alzheimer's attending events (1); worrying about Alzheimer's (1); family members getting Alzheimer's (1); knowing someone with Alzheimer's (3); family members with Alzheimer's (1); involvement with Alzheimer's care (2); seeking Alzheimer's information (1); knowledge of Alzheimer's symptoms (10); Alzheimer's as fatal (1); treatment to More...
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|Usage Note:||See documentation for full details. Support for this study was provided by a grant to Alzheimer Europe from Bayer AG.|
Harvard School of Public Health/Alzheimer Europe. Harvard School of Public Health/Alzheimer Europe Poll: Five-Country Alzheimer's Disease Survey, Feb, 2011 [dataset]. MCMISC2011-ADS, Version 2. TNS Intersearch [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed Feb-19-2018.
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