Data in your hands.

Too often, data is only in the hands of the politically powerful or well-connected. Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll aims to change that by making everything publicly available, transparent and easy to understand. We hope you’ll dig into the results, use them in your research and advocacy, and share them far and wide. With Pulse, you gain access to data on issues that impact the health and well-being of Coloradans that can drive evidence-based decisions and support your organization's goals.

Toolkits and Factsheets

We’ve developed toolkits for partners to make spreading the word about Pulse to your networks easy. Explore our toolkits to learn how to leverage poll data effectively in your advocacy campaigns, service initiatives or research.



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2023 Social Media Graphics


Download and share the Pulse Poll data graphics and sample text to use on your favorite social media platforms!



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Reach Out

Resources for Journalists and Media

Journalists can sign up to receive news releases and other announcements from us. Pulse offers several resources for journalists interested in using data in their reporting:

  • Infographics, imagery and logos
  • Expert sources and personal stories
  • Crosstabs and breakdowns by geography, region or demographics
  • Spanish and bilingual experts and resources
  • Read our latest news releases

For all media inquiries, please contact Taryn Fort, Senior Director of Communications and Influence.

For Researchers

Please visit our Results page to access detailed information about the survey and its findings. Once there, scroll down to find the following resources:

  1. Questionnaire: Download the survey questionnaire to gain a comprehensive understanding of the questions asked during the poll.

  2. Methodology: Explore the methodology document for insights into the survey's design, sampling, and data collection methods.

  3. Crosstabs and Toplines: Dive into crosstabs and topline data to analyze specific demographic breakdowns and overall survey highlights.

If you would like additional information, including subgroup toplines, please contact us

Citing Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll: When referencing the Pulse Poll data in your research, please use the following citation format:

Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll. [Year]. [Title of Report]. [URL of the Results page]. Accessed on [Date of Access].



Wondering more? Here are answers to commonly asked questions.