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California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) releases COVID-19 preliminary estimates dashboard
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UCLA CHPR's CHIS releases early data on the pandemic's impact on Californians ​13,763 deaths in California. 740,512 cases. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the research community to create tools to track the reach of the disease and help control its spread. Given its real-time impact, the
September 08, 2020
California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) releases COVID-19 preliminary estimates dashboard
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UCLA CHPR's CHIS releases early data on the pandemic's impact on Californians ​13,763 deaths in California. 740,512 cases. The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed the research community to create tools to track the reach of the disease and help control its spread. Given its real-time impact, the
September 08, 2020
Health uninsurance rate in California remained low in 2018, survey finds
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Results also show key findings in non-cigarette tobacco use, mental health and well-being

The percentage of Californians without health insurance remained stable and low in 2018, thanks to actions by state legislators, according to a policy brief produced by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The findings are unlike the rest of the nation, which saw an increase in the rate of uninsurance.

October 24, 2019
Health uninsurance rate in California remained low in 2018, survey finds
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Results also show key findings in non-cigarette tobacco use, mental health and well-being

The percentage of Californians without health insurance remained stable and low in 2018, thanks to actions by state legislators, according to a policy brief produced by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research. The findings are unlike the rest of the nation, which saw an increase in the rate of uninsurance.

October 24, 2019
The 2016 California Health Interview Survey provides insight into demographics and health of California’s transgender adults
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Data also show another year of statewide health insurance gains, now at risk under potential federal funding changes

The first release of transgender data from the California Health Interview Survey, the nation’s largest state survey, reveals the demographic characteristics of transgender adults in the state — such as population size, racial makeup and marital status — as well as sobering disparities in their health status.

October 31, 2017
The 2016 California Health Interview Survey provides insight into demographics and health of California’s transgender adults
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Data also show another year of statewide health insurance gains, now at risk under potential federal funding changes

The first release of transgender data from the California Health Interview Survey, the nation’s largest state survey, reveals the demographic characteristics of transgender adults in the state — such as population size, racial makeup and marital status — as well as sobering disparities in their health status.

October 31, 2017
Survey: Most Americans aged 45 to 64 are somewhat or very satisfied with their health care plans
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UCLA Center for Health Policy Research collaborates with Prevention on study of attitudes about health insurance


  Ninety-two percent of Americans ages 45 to 64 say they would keep their current health care plans unless premium prices increase significantly, according to a new nationwide poll by Prevention and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
November 16, 2016
Survey: Most Americans aged 45 to 64 are somewhat or very satisfied with their health care plans
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UCLA Center for Health Policy Research collaborates with Prevention on study of attitudes about health insurance


  Ninety-two percent of Americans ages 45 to 64 say they would keep their current health care plans unless premium prices increase significantly, according to a new nationwide poll by Prevention and the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
November 16, 2016
Save the Date! April 6 Smokefree Apartments Los Angeles initiative to reveal findings from new survey of landlords, tenants on no-smoking policies
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Event will launch LA smokefree apartments awareness campaign

​The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research invites you attend the public launch of its “Smokefree Apartments Los Angeles” initiative from 10 – 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 6, 2016.

March 10, 2016
Save the Date! April 6 Smokefree Apartments Los Angeles initiative to reveal findings from new survey of landlords, tenants on no-smoking policies
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Event will launch LA smokefree apartments awareness campaign

​The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research invites you attend the public launch of its “Smokefree Apartments Los Angeles” initiative from 10 – 11 a.m., Wednesday, April 6, 2016.

March 10, 2016
New 2011-2012 data on the health of Californians released from the California Health Interview Surve
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Responses to questions on dozens of health topics – including many relevant to health care reform – are now searchable online by state, region and county

The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) today released new data based on interviews with more than 44,000 households in California. The survey, conducted by the

August 08, 2013
New 2011-2012 data on the health of Californians released from the California Health Interview Surve
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Responses to questions on dozens of health topics – including many relevant to health care reform – are now searchable online by state, region and county

The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) today released new data based on interviews with more than 44,000 households in California. The survey, conducted by the

August 08, 2013
Need and numbers: New survey of state legislature spotlights demand for better ways to gauge poverty
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The economic downturn and the high cost of living in California has left many families caught in the middle — they do not have enough money to make ends meet yet are not considered "poor" enough to qualify for many safety-net programs.

May 16, 2012
Need and numbers: New survey of state legislature spotlights demand for better ways to gauge poverty
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The economic downturn and the high cost of living in California has left many families caught in the middle — they do not have enough money to make ends meet yet are not considered "poor" enough to qualify for many safety-net programs.

May 16, 2012
California Health Interview Survey releases newest data on state residents' health
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The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), the nation's largest state health survey and a primary source of information on California's diverse population, began the release  of its latest data today on more than 100 topics affecting the health and well-being of the state's residents.  

The random–digit-dial telephone survey, conducted every two years by the

February 16, 2011
California Health Interview Survey releases newest data on state residents' health
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The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), the nation's largest state health survey and a primary source of information on California's diverse population, began the release  of its latest data today on more than 100 topics affecting the health and well-being of the state's residents.  

The random–digit-dial telephone survey, conducted every two years by the

February 16, 2011