KFF/CNN Mental Health In America Survey

    The latest KFF/CNN partnership survey examines growing concerns regarding mental health in America, particularly at a time of economic uncertainty and the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic. This report looks at how mental health impacts U.S. adults, including younger adults, LGBT adults, Hispanic adults, and the uninsured, while also bringing awareness to the new 988 crisis hotline.

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    Health Care Debt In The U.S.: The Broad Consequences Of Medical And Dental Bills

    The KFF Health Care Debt Survey finds that four in ten adults have some form of health care debt, with most citing one-time or short-term medical expenses as the contributor. Many of those with health care debt report making personal sacrifices and enduring financial consequences as a result of their debt, while nearly one in five think they will never be able to pay off.

  • Health Costs

    Americans’ Challenges with Health Care Costs

    This data note reviews our recent polling data that finds that Americans struggle to afford many aspects of health care, including disproportionate shares of uninsured adults, Black and Hispanic adults and those with lower incomes.

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