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Essential Educators: Teacher and Parent Views on COVID-19

January 28, 2021 Comments Off on Essential Educators: Teacher and Parent Views on COVID-19

New research from Public Agenda finds teachers and parents largely in agreement on crucial issues related to education and COVID-19 at a moment when in-school learning and vaccinations are top…

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A Two-Way Street: Building Trust Between People with Medicaid and Primary Care Doctors

October 15, 2020 Comments Off on A Two-Way Street: Building Trust Between People with Medicaid and Primary Care Doctors

Public Agenda has released findings from a new study examining how to build mutual trust between people insured by Medicaid and primary care physicians.

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America’s Hidden Common Ground on Economic Opportunity and Inequality

September 24, 2020 Comments Off on America’s Hidden Common Ground on Economic Opportunity and Inequality

The Public Agenda/USA TODAY/Ipsos Hidden Common Ground report on Economic Opportunity and Inequality asked Americans about how the nation can create widespread opportunity and build an economy that works for everyone.

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Where Americans Stand on Immigration: A Hidden Common Ground Report

August 13, 2020 Comments Off on Where Americans Stand on Immigration: A Hidden Common Ground Report

“Where Americans Stand on Immigration,”
 a Hidden Common Ground report based on a national survey of American adults from Public Agenda/USA TODAY/Ipsos, reveals several important areas of agreement across the political spectrum on immigration and it finds a more nuanced picture of public views than is commonly thought to be the case.

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Shifting Priorities: Participatory Budgeting in New York City

July 21, 2020 Comments Off on Shifting Priorities: Participatory Budgeting in New York City

The research report “Shifting Priorities: Participatory Budgeting in New York City is Associated with Increased Investment in Schools, Street and Traffic Improvements, and Public Housing” focuses on New York City where, since 2011, an increasing number of city council members have used participatory budgeting (PB) to empower their constituents to decide how to spend millions of dollars every year.

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America’s Hidden Common Ground on Race and Police Reform

June 29, 2020 Comments Off on America’s Hidden Common Ground on Race and Police Reform

This Hidden Common Ground survey explores how Americans are thinking about racism, identifies areas of common ground on police reform and points out areas of disagreement requiring more public conversation.

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It’s About Trust: Low-Income Parents’ Perspectives on How Pediatricians Can Screen for Social Determinants of Health

June 24, 2019 Comments Off on It’s About Trust: Low-Income Parents’ Perspectives on How Pediatricians Can Screen for Social Determinants of Health

Health providers and payers are increasingly taking responsibility for health outcomes and population health through a variety of approaches, including screening for social determinants of health. Just as pediatricians need time and training to integrate these screenings into their practices, parents may not necessarily expect to discuss social needs with pediatricians when they take their children to them for care.

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Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States

April 6, 2017 Comments Off on Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States

National survey and surveys in New York State, Florida, Texas, and New Hampshire point to a need for more actionable price information.

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