Priority of health promotion research by congress in U.S. in 2016

How high a priority should Congress make health promotion and disease prevention research compared with other policy areas?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Mar 23, 2016
Priority of health promotion research by congress in U.S. in 2016 This statistic is based on a survey conducted in January 2016. It displays how high a priority should congress make health promotion and disease prevention research compared with other policy areas in the U.S. According to the survey, it should a very high priority for 42 percent of respondents.
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How high a priority should Congress make health promotion and disease prevention research compared with other policy areas?

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