Using the University of Michigan's Surveys of Consumers to measure health care consumer confidence -- 2010-11

This grant continues funding for a series of health care questions on the University of Michigan's monthly Surveys of Consumers. The Surveys of Consumers track consumer attitudes and expectations, most notably the widely used economic indicator of consumer confidence. The grant will support the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's ongoing efforts to track health care consumer confidence each month at a time when health care insecurity is high and the nation continues to grapple with health reform. The Foundation's Communications staff and communications firms will disseminate the surveys' findings each month to media outlets.

Grant Details

Amount Awarded $317,485.00

Awarded on: 3/26/2010

Time frame: 4/1/2010 - 3/31/2011

Grant Number: 67569


University of Michigan Institute for Social Research

426 Thompson Street
P.O. Box 1248
Ann Arbor, 48106-1248


Richard T. Curtin
Project Director