Polling is one way – among many – to actively listen to the people of Colorado. In this case, a representative sample of those who call our state home. We called, texted, emailed, and sent mail to get people to tell us what they think on a wide variety of issues that impact their well-being. By having 20-minute conversations with a sample of people who represent the state, we can better understand a wide range of Coloradans.
Through Pulse, we’re able to learn a lot about how people are feeling and what priorities they have. We know more about what’s keeping people up at night, what’s dominating their dinner table conversations, or what they think needs to happen to make the state a better place for their neighbors, friends and family. We’re sharing what we learned with policymakers, community leaders, the media and anyone else who will listen – with the hope that, together, we can improve the health of all Coloradans.