|Title:||Harvard School of Public Health/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Subethnicities Survey 2006 [USICR2006-ETHNICITY]|
|Survey Sponsor:||Harvard School of Public Health & Robert Wood Johnson Fnd.|
|Survey Firm:||ICR--International Communications Research|
|Study Date:||July 6 - September 18, 2006|
|Survey Notes:||A total of 1,116 respondents were Hispanic including 104 Cubans and 134 Puerto Ricans. A total of 769 were Non-Hispanic Whites. A total of 1,130 were Non-Hispanic Blacks including 102 African respondents and 100 Caribbean respondents. A total of 102 were Native American and a total of 1,040 were Non-Hispanic Asian, including 80 Japanese respondents.|
|Abstract:||Family heritage (2); Country born (6); Healthcare system in US (16); Healthcare experiences (4); Public health in the US (6); Avian or Bird flu (1).|
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Harvard School of Public Health & Robert Wood Johnson Fnd.. Harvard School of Public Health/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Subethnicities Survey 2006, Jul, 2006 [dataset]. USICR2006-ETHNICITY, Version 2. ICR--International Communications Research [producer]. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY: Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, RoperExpress [distributor], accessed May-28-2018.
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