Wisconsin Consumer Healthcare Experience State Survey
Nationally, consumer worry about healthcare affordability is well documented but now a new survey reveals how affordability concerns and ideas for action play out in Wisconsin.
A survey of more than 1,100 Wisconsin adults, conducted from June 22 to July 6, 2022, found that:
- Nearly 3 in 5 (59%) experienced at least one healthcare affordability burden in the past year;
- 4 in 5 (81%) worry about affording healthcare in the future;
- Lower-income respondents and respondents with disabilities are more likely to go without care and incur debt due to healthcare costs; and
- Across party lines, respondents express strong support for government-led solutions.
Below are Data Briefs with statewide and regional survey results.
2023 Data Briefs
2019 Data Briefs