Kaiser /Harvard Survey of Americans on Health Policy
A telephone survey of 1,011 adults (between June 20 and July 9, 1996) about how health care reform (specically Medicare reform, MSAs and the Kassebaum/Kennedy bill) fits into the upcoming Novemeber election. The survey was designed by the Kaiser Family Foundation, Harvard University, and Princeton Survey Research Associates (PSRA). The survey was conducted by PSRA. The The margin of error was plus or minus 3 percent. The survey data was released at a press briefing held in Washington, DC on July 30th, 1996. A press release, questionnaire and national topline data and briefing charts are included in this package.
- News Release: HTML format
- News Release: Public Not Following Battles in Washington Over Kassebaum/Kennedy and Medical Savings Accounts
- Toplines/Survey: HTML format
- Chart Pack
- Chart Pack
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