Post-Election Survey: Priorities for the 106th Congress
A national voter survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard School of Public Health conducted shortly after the November congressional elections in 1998. The purpose is to gauge voters’ priorities for the next Congress, both generally and with specific regard to health care issues. The survey also measures voter attitudes on Medicare and HMO reform, proposals to help the uninsured, and abortion. The survey was conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates.
also of interest
- Visualizing Health Policy: Health Coverage Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- How Five Leading Safety-Net Hospitals Are Preparing For The Challenges and Opportunities of Health Care Reform
- Summary of Coverage Provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
- Cost and Access Challenges: A Comparison of Experiences Between Uninsured and Privately Insured Adults Aged 55 to 64 with Seniors on Medicare