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Gallup - Healthcare System
Provides polling questions, results and analysis about health care reform in the U.S.
HuffPost Pollster -Obama Health Care Law: Favor / Oppose
Charts, maps and analysis of polls from multiple sources about U.S. healthcare reform and related issues.
Ipsos News Center - Healthcare
Ongoing collection of Ipsos polls on health issues, particularly about healthcare reform in the U.S. and comparisons to Canada.
Kaiser Family Foundation - Kaiser Polls
News releases, charts and toplines (questions and answers in full) for their polls about health care in the U.S.
PollingReport.com - Health Policy
Collection of polls from various sources about U.S. health care policy and reform.
Rasmussen Reports - Healthcare
News and analysis on U.S. public opinion regarding health care reform, from the well-known polling company.
RealClearPolitics - Polling on Health Care Reform
Analysis of polling on health care reform including the public option.
Commonwealth Fund - Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: How the Performance of the U.S. Health Care System Compares Internationally, 2010 Update
2014 update to earlier reports that demonstrates that despite having the highest costs, the U.S. system in several areas ranks last or next-to-last compared to six other developed nations. (June 16, 2014)
ProPublica - Health Care Reform Primer: How Might the Changes Affect You
Interactive map of survey responses shows concerns of more than 500 Americans about health care and cost. From ProPublica and American Public Media's Public Insight Network. (September 08, 2009)
FiveThirtyEight - Poll: Most Don't Know What "Public Option" Is -- Including Pollsters
Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates did a survey for the AARP which revealed that just 37 percent of the poll's respondents correctly identified the public option from a list of three choices provided to them. (August 27, 2009)
Pew Research Center - Many Fault Media Coverage of Health Care Debate
August 2009 poll reveals that most Americans are critical of the way news organizations are explaining key elements of the debate. (August 06, 2009)
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