IPWatchdog September 26, 2022
Nicolas Boyon, Bernard Mendez

The Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor also finds that, relative to other countries, more Americans believe the healthcare industry is plagued by high costs and inequitable treatment.

Washington, DC, September 26, 2022 – COVID is no longer the chief health concern among Americans amid rising concerns about mental health, according to a 2022 Ipsos survey of 34 countries. The number of Americans who said COVID was one of the biggest health concerns in the U.S. dropped from 68% in 2021 to 43% in 2022. Meanwhile, more Americans rated mental health as one of their top health concerns, rising from 35% in 2021 to 51% over the same time frame.

At the same time, most Americans (66%) are satisfied with the...

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