The C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health (Mott Poll) measures current national public opinion, perceptions, and priorities regarding key health care issues and trends for US children and their families. The Mott Poll, launched in 2007, is funded by the University of Michigan (U-M) Health System, and is located within the Susan B. Meister Child Health Evaluation and Research Center.
Yes, please email email@example.com or call 734-764-2220 to speak to a public relations representative and schedule an interview with the Mott Poll team.
The National Poll on Children’s Health is fielded about three times per year. Findings from surveys are published in monthly reports.
Yes, poll questions are available for every Mott Poll Report. To view the questions for a specific report, click on the Methods tab on the report page.
Reports are released once a month. Sign up for the Mott Poll mailing list to receive new reports via email as soon as they’re published. You can also follow the Poll on Twitter.
Polls are conducted to address a wide variety of children's health and health policy issues. The goal is to address issues that are timely and relevant to the public’s concerns about children’s health. We include topics that span the age spectrum from infancy through adolescence. Contact us to suggest a topic for the next Mott Poll.
Specific findings are presented as Mott Poll Reports, and available at mottpoll.org/reports. For each report, an accompanying press release is available. Findings are disseminated though local, regional, and national media and also in academic publications. Mott Poll findings are also reported via social media.