By Angela Burtch, Vice President
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The main objective was to collect answers to questions to determine the following:
So, how’d we do this? We designed a study among 900 US women between the ages of 22 to 45.
The sampling of women needed to be nationally representative, so that it could be projected to US women, in general, within this age group. In addition to age, ethnicity, income, and region of the United States (Northeast, South, Midwest, and West) mirrored the 2018 US census. The study was fielded online between September 16 and 22, 2020.
We asked women about issues ranging from Presidential support for healthcare in general, the cost of healthcare, support for women’s health, Covid-19, and personal health concerns.
The results were resounding. The following were among the most frequently cited as personal health concerns. Clearly, both mental and physical concerns are on the minds of US Women.
You can view more details about this study on the Forbes website, which covered this important healthcare news.
Mr. future US President, are you listening to the women of the United States?