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2002 Workplace Health Insurance Survey

Country: United States

Survey Organization: Princeton Survey Research Associates

Field Dates: January 16–January 31, 2002

Sample: Nationally representative sample of adults ages 19–64

Sample Size: 1,001

Interview Method: Telephone

According to this survey, by January 2002, one-third of working adults with employer-sponsored insurance were faced with higher deductibles or copayments or had their benefits reduced compared with the previous year. One of four workers had significantly higher premiums, while two of five had higher premium payments or increased cost-sharing. Low-income workers were the most likely to experience these reduced benefits and increased health care costs.

To view the survey questions, download the attachment posted on the right. To read analyses of the surveys, see the Fund publications under Related Resources, on the right.

This publication is one in our ongoing series on Biennial Health Insurance Surveys

Publication Details

Publication Date: August 8, 2002