Too often policy is influenced by the politically powerful or well connected. Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll aims to change that by listening to all Coloradans, especially those for whom health is furthest from reach.

We hope you’ll dig into the results, use them in your advocacy and share them far and wide. We’ve developed a toolkit for partners to help make it easy.

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Download and share the Pulse Poll data graphics along with sample text for social media sharing! 

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You’re not imagining it: everyone really is talking about the lack of affordable housing. Learn more about the affordability issues on Coloradans’ minds, from housing to childcare, at COPulsePoll.org/results. 

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Coloradans across the aisle understand what it’s been like to experience emotional strain and face mental health challenges — and want leaders from across the state to do more.

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Parents are among the unsung heroes of this crisis. The pandemic has brought to light the lack of safe, reliable and affordable child care options — Coloradans want that to change.

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7 out of 10 Coloradans who responded to Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll support increasing government investment to reduce the cost of child care. Learn more at copulsepoll.org.

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Significant numbers of Coloradans say they’ve experienced mental and emotional challenges over the last year. Nearly 3 out of 4 lesbian, gay and bisexual Coloradans reported that they experienced anxiety in the last year.

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As we continue to address both the public health crisis and the economic crisis, Coloradans living on low incomes are going without basic necessities, like food and health care. Policymakers can address these issues to improve relief efforts so that everyone can afford basic needs.

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1 out of 5 Coloradans are worried about losing their own home because they can’t pay the rent or mortgage. Those living on lower incomes are the most likely to express worry. Learn more at copulsepoll.org.