National Telehealth Survey Key Findings

On behalf of hims & hers, Public Opinion Strategies conducted a national survey of 1,301 adults February 13-17, 2022. Among other findings, the survey found: Nearly six-in-ten Americans (58%) say access to medical care is a problem where they live. Telehealth has had explosive growth over the past three years. A majority of Americans (55%) […]

The Forces Shaping America and the 2022 Election

We are watching some of the most volatile and dramatic numbers seen in the last 50+ years.  Economic confidence is at its lowest point since tracking began in the 1950s.  Wrong track scores mirror 1980, 1992, and 2008, all terrible cycles for the incumbent party.   Major demographic trends are reshaping key values and policy […]

Attitudes on Health Equity and the Social Determinants of Health

Two areas in which the health care vertical of our firm has conducted research over the last few years are health equity and social determinants of health. Please find a slide deck that contains research that our firm has conducted over the past five years on both topics. Additionally, we have incorporated some other publicly […]

POS National Poll Release

Click here to read a Key Findings Memo from a recent national survey, conducted May 31-June 5, 2022.

Public Opinion Strategies Congratulates Plethora of Early Primary Winners

Public Opinion Strategies is off to a roaring start in the 2022 primary season, polling for many Republican primary winners, including Governor Greg Abbott in Texas, Chuck Edwards over controversial incumbent Madison Cawthorn in North Carolina CD 11, and open seat nominee Erin Houchin in Indiana CD 9. Additional primary winners so far this cycle […]

Coach K may be more popular than you think

Don’t let the boos from opposing fans fool you! Coach K is pretty popular nationally, with an image of 29% favorable/5% unfavorable. K is especially popular with men and Af Ams. View our graphic here.

In the News: Older Americans Will Be a Force in 2022 Elections

“I think there’s just a whole host of reasons that voters feel unsettled,” from COVID to inflation to growing international tensions, says Glen Bolger. Read more about the AARP’s voter education campaign, election turnout among older Americans, and how it may be impacted for the 2022 elections here.

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