Ohio Health Issues Poll - archive

Ohio Health Issues Poll - archive

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2016

Download the 2016 OHIP questionnaire here and the complete dataset here.

Who provides and receives unpaid family caregiving in Ohio? Half of Ohio adults provide unpaid care to older adult in past year.

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Ohio adults cite drug use, insurance as top health problems. About half of Ohio adults say they are in excellent or very good health.

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Most Ohio adults have used a farmers market in the past year. Results varied by income and education.

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Fewer Ohioans go without medical or dental care due to cost. 2 in 10 go without medical care due to cost, nearly 3 in 10 go without dental care.

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Misuse of prescription drugs and use of heroin by adults in Ohio. Nearly 3 in 10 know someone who have misused pain drug; 2 in 10 know someone who has used heroin.

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Most support raising age to buy tobacco, smoke-free laws. 2 in 10 have tried e-cigarettes.

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Slight rise in uninsured adults, but insurance stability improves. Young adults report largest increase in being uninsured.

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2015

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Heroin use, prescription drug misuse still climbing in Ohio. 3 in 10 Ohio adults know someone with problems from prescription drug misuse; 2 in 10 know heroin users.

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Ohio adults’ opinions, reactions about mental health issues. Most Ohioans willing to be friends, neighbors and work with those having mental health issues.

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The challenges Ohio adults face to improve their health. Most important ways to improve cited were diet and exercise.

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The link between poverty and self-reported health in Ohio. Adults with higher incomes report better health.

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Off-street trail use by Ohio adults for exercise and travel. 3 in 10 Ohio adults use trails weekly or more often.

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Barriers to finding a trusted healthcare provider in Ohio. 1 in 10 Ohio adults say lack of or type of insurance is a barrier.

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Most Ohio adults support taxing, regulating e-cigarettes. Nearly half of young adults in Ohio have tried e-cigarettes.

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Parents: More school lunches should be made from scratch. 68 percent of Ohio parents say their child’s school lunch is nutritious.

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1 in 4 who bought own health insurance did so due to ACA. Rate of employer sponsored insurance also rises.

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Rate of Ohio adults without health insurance is lowest ever. Number of residents without health insurance cut in half in 2 years.

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2014

Download the 2014 OHIP questionnaire here and the complete dataset here.

How Ohio adults rate support in their communities. Most Ohio adults feel good about their communities.

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Ohioans’ understanding, views of Affordable Care Act. Ohio adults less informed than nation about Affordable Care Act.

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How Ohioans view health of state, their neighborhood. 8 in 10 Ohio adults consider their neighborhood a healthy place to live.

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Prescription drug misuse, heroin use by Ohio adults. 2 in 10 Ohio adults know someone who misused prescription pain relievers; 1 in 10 knows a heroin user.

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Self-reported health link to income, education, age. Half of Ohio adults report excellent or very good health.

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Employers are most common source of health insurance. Uninsured Ohioans at record low.

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Rate of Ohio adults without health insurance drops. Uninsured rate drops to 11%, lowest in poll history

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2013

Download the 2013 OHIP questionnaire here and the complete dataset here.

Cost may affect fruit, vegetable consumption

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Physical activity among Ohio adults

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Active living and neighborhood conditions

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Owning guns shapes view on new gun laws

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Many have no dentist or dental insurance

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Many Ohio adults forgo dental checkups

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The link between poverty and health in Ohio

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Ohio adults without health insurance

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Half receive insurance from an employer

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Ohioans' views about Medicaid expansion

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2012

To download the 2012 OHIP questionnaire, click here.

  • Usual source of care and wait times in Ohio
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  • What Ohio adults think about fracking
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  • Going into debt to pay for healthcare in Ohio
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  • Ohio adults without health insurance
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  • Where do Ohioans get their health insurance?
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  • Ohioans' access to mental health services
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  • The link between income, health in Ohio
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  • Understanding of health reform law
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  • Priority of Affordable Health Care for Ohioans
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Fall 2011

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  • Caregiving Rates Among Ohioans
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  • Are Ohioans Ready for Emergencies?
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  • How Ohioans View Their Weight
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  • Junk Food and Soda Use in Ohio
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  • Knowledge of Insurance Coverage
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  • Ohioans Without Health Insurance
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  • Prescription Drug Disposal in Ohio
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  • Prescription Drug Misuse in Ohio
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  • Sleep Habits of Adults in Ohio
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Summer 2011

To download the Summer 2011 OHIP questionnaire, click here.

  • How the Affordable Care Act Has Affected Ohioans
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  • What Ohioans Think About the Affordable Care Act
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2010

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2009

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Fall 2008

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Spring 2008

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2007

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2006

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2005

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