The early days of public opinion research captured Americans’ response to the first major efforts by the U.S. government to provide health care to its citizens, an undertaking that saw success in the passage of Medicare in 1965. […]
Eight Gallup Organization studies conducted from April-June, 2015 are now available for download. These studies cover a wide range of topics including the 2016 Presidential Election, Religion, Federal Government Performance, Driving Under the Influence, and the Affordable Care Act. View the 8 new Gallup Polls.
The Kaiser Health Tracking Series is conducted monthly to gain the public’s views on the US health care system. The series began in 1996 and consists of over 100 studies. In recent years, the series has focused its coverage on Health Care Reform including the 2010 Affordable Care Act, Health Insurance Coverage, and Access to Health Care.
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New health care legislation affects small business owners in unique ways. They deal first-hand with the potential fiscal and staffing issues brought about the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Employers have to balance staff concerns, costs, and health priorities. This Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, asks private-sector employers about these issues. Questions focus on health insurance plans, insurance marketplaces, account types, wellness programs, and insurance carriers.
Mental health care in the U.S. underwent significant changes over the past decade. New regulations mandated increases in mental health coverage, while state budget cuts for mental health services have resulted in the largest total cuts to such spending since the 1970s. But what does the public think? […]
After the Affordable Care Act was passed, the Supreme Court dealt with the case of for-profit companies providing birth control to women in their insurance plans. Find out Americans’ opinions on the Supreme Court ruling, along with other issues surrounding the ACA, in this 2014 Kaiser Family Foundation ACA and the Supreme Court poll. This poll delves deeply into the question of what factors influenced the Supreme Court’s decision, Further questions include personal reactions […]
In 1938, 78% of Americans advocated the federal take on responsibility for providing medical care for those unable to pay for it; 75 years later the number fell to 60%. […]