A Florida statewide phone survey found that fewer than one out of 10 people has ever been in a health research study, and only 40% are interested in participating in research, twice as low as found in our program. The results indicate the power of Communi
Floridian opinions on food stamp expenditure preferences are in line with recent national surveys, yet conclusions drawn by researchers may be incorrect.
About 8-9% of Florida households had an alternative fuel car, 5% had solar panels, and 87% had internet service.
Poll results vary depending on whether “Common Core” is mentioned in the question wording.
Blurry lines around people’s race and ethnicity cause questions about how to conduct surveys in a diverse state, with no easy answers.
Scientific research develops in teams and networks of researchers. BEBR and CTSI are mapping and analyzing scientific networks at UF to evaluate and drive research productivity.
The October federal government shutdown left many Floridians pessimistic about the U.S. economy.
A look at current policies provides context to understanding data on issues of changing technologies in our homes and personal transportation.
A recent survey found that older adults in Florida are regularly accessing the internet and social media for health information. This is exciting news for health educators and practitioners as it opens up new avenues for dialogue and dissemination of inf
By greater than a two-to-one margin, conservative voters in Florida strongly agree that Governor Scott should “keep his promise” that he would issue “an executive order prohibiting discrimination against gay and transgender state workers and contractors”