Primary Care & COVID-19: Patient Survey

Round 7
Corona Virus

Check back regularly for the latest survey results and updates.

The Primary Care Collaborative is partnering with the Larry A. Green Center and 3rd Conversation to field regular surveys of primary care clinicians and occasional surveys of primary care patients to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on these groups.

Who replied to the patient survey in round 7?

2,508 respondents who are connected with a primary care clinician completed this survey. National trends are based on 1,005 respondents, sharing population diversity consistent with the most current U.S. census. We had an additional 1,503 respondents for whom we oversampled in 2 categories - rural and low-income. Low income was defined by total household income of less than $50,000. Rural was determined by self-reported area in which respondents live. Out of the total sample, 593 were rural, 910 were low-income. Demographics of general population sample: 28% had a high school degree, 66% college or higher; 16% household income (HHI) <$25,000, 28% with HHI >$100,000. 26% urban, 22% rural. 27% 18-34 years old, 37% were 55 or over. 45% male, 54% female. 18% unemployed. Out of all 2,508 respondents, 24%, were parents of children <18 years old.

Round 7 of the patient survey was fielded May 13-26, 2021.


Learn more: Download the Round 7 Patient Survey Executive Summary (includes select open-ended answers to survey questions)

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