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Survey: 27% of Coloradans are worried about losing their health insurance

Posted on: September 9th, 2020

“A new bipartisan survey from the Colorado Health Foundation shows the myriad concerns Coloradans have in 2020, particularly in regards to the pandemic and health care.

“Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll” surveyed 2,275 adult Coloradans through a bipartisan team of researchers. The poll was conducted by Democratic firm FM3 Research and Republican firm New Bridge Strategy. Respondents were interviewed between August 5-24.

The survey touches on a variety of topics that have hit Coloradans hard during 2020. Subjects included Covid-19, the economy, police brutality and other concerns. All of these topics are considered social determinants of health, which is why the Colorado Health Foundation included them. ….”

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By : Denny Han   |  Category : In The News