2022 Results

In 2022, Coloradans are telling us that they’re overwhelmed by the rising cost of living, including but not limited to housing costs, and many are making difficult financial tradeoffs to stay on top of economic pressures. Some are skipping meals because they can’t afford food; others are going without health care or working more in order to pay for their housing; many are experiencing mental health strain but say out-of-pocket costs are a challenge to getting the help they need. To reduce costs and economic challenges, majorities of Coloradans see policy change as an effective tool—and they’re expressing confidence in solutions like raising taxes to fund support services, requiring employers to increase pay and benefits, and ensuring landlords cannot raise rents too quickly.

There’s so much more to dig into from this year’s Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll. Use the data dashboard below to navigate to the issues you care about and explore how different groups of Coloradans answered our questions. Or access our resources – presentation slides, webinar briefings and more are all available down below.

 

2021 Results

Use the dashboard below to access the full 2021 results of Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll — or download the resources below.

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2020 Results

Use the dashboard below to access the full 2020 results of Pulse: The Colorado Health Foundation Poll — or download the resources below.

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