The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has been conducting public opinion polls for many years. In this series, it collaborates with the Harvard School of Public Health and NPR to conduct new public opinion research and synthesize existing research that will provide policy-makers, other institutions and community organizations with new insight into the public's views on key health and health care issues.
Health-related events were the most common major stressful events in Americans' lives in the last year, a new report finds. Learn more about what causes stress, and how Americans alleviate it.Read more
Latinos in America are largely satisfied with their lives and optimistic about their childrens' future, but remain concerned about their finances and the ability to pay for a major illness.Read full report
Parents give schools low grades for their lack of focus on physical activity and have mixed views about the health of food available at school.Read full report
African Americans report being satisfied with their lives in general, but many have economic and health concerns, and experience discrimination.Read full report