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Do you think that most people in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria are getting the help they need, or do you think that most people affected by the hurricane are not yet getting the help they need? (Source: Kaiser Health Tracking Poll, Nov, 2017)


Subpopulation/Note: . * = less than .5 percent
21%
People are getting the help they need

70%
People are not yet getting the help they need

9%
Don't know

*
Refused

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Survey by Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Methodology: Conducted by Social Science Research Solutions, November 8 - November 13, 2017 and based on 1,201 telephone interviews. Sample: National adult with an oversample of those who have experience with serious illness. 415 respondents were interviewed on a landline telephone, and 786 were interviewed on a cell phone, including 482 who had no landline telephone. [USSSRS.112017K.RR05] (View Citation)

Topics: ENVIRONMENT DISASTERS LATIN





(Do you think each of the following will become more or less common in your community over the next 10 years as a result of global warming if nothing is done to address it? If you're not sure, please provide your best estimate....Much more common, somewhat more common, a little more common, will stay about the same, a little less common, somewhat less common, much less common)...Bodily harm from flooding (Source: Yale University/George Mason University Public Perceptions of the Health Consequences of Global Warming Survey, Oct, 2014)


4%
Much more common

6%
Somewhat more common

17%
A little more common

50%
Will stay about the same

5%
A little less common

5%
Somewhat less common

10%
Much less common

3%
Don't know

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Survey by Yale University Project on Climate Change Communication, George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication. Methodology: Conducted by GfK Knowledge Networks, October 17 - October 28, 2014 and based on 1,275 online interviews. Sample: National adult. The poll was fielded by GfK Knowledge Networks using its national KnowledgePanel. The KnowledgePanel is a nationally representative probability sample of the U.S. adult population. Panelists are recruited by randomly selecting residential addresses using a process called address-based sampling (ABS). Since nearly 3-in-10 U.S. households do not have home Internet access, respondent households who do not have Internet access or own a computer are provided Internet service and a netbook computer to ensure that panel respondents are representative of the U.S. adult population. Unlike opt-in panels, households are not permitted to "self-select" into KnowledgePanel; nor are they allowed to participate in many surveys per week. [USKN.121514CC.R06M] (View Citation)

Topics: ENVIRONMENT LOCAL FUTURE





Investigators of last week's Pan Am plane crash in Scotland, have concluded that it was caused by a bomb. Does that make you more worried about flying to and from Europe? (Source: Gordon Black/USA Today Poll, Dec, 1988)


62%
Yes

29%
No

8%
Not Applicable

2%
Don't know

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Survey by USA Today. Methodology: Conducted by Gordon S. Black Corporation, December 29 - January 2, 1989 and based on 616 telephone interviews. Sample: National Adult. [USGBUSA.883127.R04] (View Citation)

Topics: TRANSPORTATION MOOD EUROPE DISASTERS

Dataset: USUSATY1988-3127







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