The Nation’s Pulse: The Texas Medical Center's 2018 Consumer Survey

The annual survey, now in its fourth year, provides insight on the public’s attitudes about hot-button health policy issues.

The latest survey results focus on the public’s opinion about the cost of health care, efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and the 2018 midterm elections.

2018 Survey Results

2018 Survey Media Coverage

Progress on uninsured could prove to be the difference between Trump winning and losing

Will Beto’s bet on Medicaid expansion pay off?

Raising the Smoking Age to 21 Would Reduce Addiction and Save Lives

Beto O'Rourke calls for Texas to expand Medicaid

Ban tobacco sales until age 21. It's a bipartisan way to reduce addiction and death.

Poll shows Trump could be in jeopardy if uninsured rate increases

How drunk is too drunk to drive?

Survey: Consumers consider reducing healthcare costs their top priority

Health care is top draw for voters, Texas Medical Center poll finds

Survey: Worries about health care will follow voters into the voting booth

Editorial: Texans want to expand Medicaid. Politicians don’t.

Voters worried about pre-existing condition protection

Health care is the number one reason people say they'll vote this midterm

Health care angst fuels Texas Democrats in congressional races

2018 Survey Presentation

2017 Survey

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