Research!America has been gauging public opinion on research to improve health since 1992.
To see more from our most recent national public opinion poll, conducted in partnership with the American Society of Hematology and released in December 2013, click here.
History of Research!America Polling
Research!America has many years of experience gauging public opinion on health research. See a comprehensive list of the state and national polls we have commissioned since 1992.
For more information on our public opinion polling, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research!America annually publishes a summary of results from our most recent public opinion surveys. Use this data in letters to the editor; op-eds; newspaper articles; letters to and visits with elected officials; speeches; talking points; congressional testimony; town hall meetings and debates; and policy statements. America Speaks: Poll Data Summary, Volume 13 was published in 2013.
Your Candidates-Your Health Poll
As part of the Your Candidates-Your Health constituent education initiative, Research!America and our partners commissioned a national poll featuring questions that correspond to those we asked of Congress. Results of the 2011 poll show strong support for research as a solution to our health and economic challenges.
Analysis of Polling in JAMA
An analysis of more than a decade of our public opinion data, "Public Attitudes and Perceptions About Health-Related Research," by Mary Woolley and Stacie Propst, PhD, appeared in the September 21, 2005, issue of JAMA. Read the article (subscription required).