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National Poll: Zip Code Matters in Overall Health, But Do Americans Know It?

New Data Shows that Americans Believe Personal Choices Have Greatest Influence on their Health Nearly 90% of Americans believe that diet and exercise play the greatest role in influencing their health, and only 44% say that where one lives is an important factor, according to a national survey released today by the de Beaumont Foundation…. Read more »

Voters Are United in Their Support of Public Health

by Elizabeth Harrington, Partner, Public Opinion Strategies Following this year’s contentious election, divisions among Americans on a number of issues seem to be stronger today than in recent history. However, earlier this election cycle, Public Opinion Strategies conducted a national poll showing agreement among voters on the importance of making access to public health services… Read more »

National Survey Reveals Strong Bipartisan Support for Public Health

At the launch of the autumn flu season and amid a rash of weather-related disasters affecting many states, almost nine in 10 registered voters (89 percent) believe public health departments play an important role in the health of their community, according to a new poll released today by the de Beaumont Foundation. Conducted by Public… Read more »