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Issues in the 2000 Election:  Health Care

Issues in the 2000 Election: Health CareThe Washington Post/Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University national survey on “Issues in the 2000 Election: Health Care” is the second in a series of surveys examining policy issues in the 2000 national elections. This survey, conducted July 5-18, 2000, of a nationally representative…

Issues in the 2000 Election: Values

The Washington Post/Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University national survey on “” is the third in a series of surveys examining policy issues in the 2000 national elections. This survey, conducted September 7 -17, 2000, of a nationally representative sample of registered voters also included an oversample of “Values” registered…

Why Don’t Americans Trust the Government?

This Washington Post/Kaiser/Harvard survey examines public understanding, perceptions, and attitudes about the role of government and public mistrust. Articles as part of this series by The Washington Post ran from Sunday January 28, 1996 through February 4, 1996.

Issues in the 2000 Election:  Education

Issues in the 2000 Election: EducationThe Washington Post/Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University national survey on “Issues in the 2000 Election: Education” is the first in a series of surveys examining policy issues in the 2000 national elections. This survey, conducted May 11-22, 2000, of a nationally representative sample of…

Race and Ethnicity in 2001: Attitudes, Perceptions and Experiences

The Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University Survey Project’s latest findings appeared in a series of occasional articles in The Washington Post beginning on June 22, 2001. The survey explores the public’s perspectives on social policies and the role of government, perceptions of the life experiences of people from other racial…

2011 Survey of DC Residents

The Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation partnered to conduct a survey examining the opinions of Washington, D.C., residents on a wide range of issues including health care. This survey is the 22nd in a series of surveys dating back to 1995 that have been conducted as part of…

Low-Wage Workers and Health Care

This brief is based on a survey conducted this summer by The Washington Post, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and Harvard University to focus on the experiences and challenges facing the lowest paid members of the American workforce. Low-wage workers rate “getting more affordable health insurance” as the top priority for…

Health and the Economy in the Detroit Area

One year after the federal government intervened to aid the automakers, the Foundation along with The Washington Post and Harvard School of Public Health surveyed the residents of the tri-county Detroit area of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne Counties to ask about their views and experiences in the midst of the…

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll: August 2012

This poll, conducted as the GOP prepares for its national convention, finds that the Affordable Care Act is not the top health care priority among Republicans. While jobs are still the number one issue for Republicans, when asked about the health care issues that will impact their vote this fall,…