The Economic Burden of Vaccine-preventable diseases
While vaccines save money, treating vaccine-preventable diseases can be expensive for local, state and national authorities. A measles outbreak can cost a state $1.3 million, while a whooping cough outbreak in a single school costs $52,000 and an average flu season costs $87 billion.
How to use state polling data to support your policy initiatives.
A guide to the steps in the polling process and what you should consider when commissioning a poll to support your advocacy and policy goals.