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More Americans Know Their Horoscope Sign Than Their Blood Type, Survey Reveals
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Health & Fitness
More Americans Know Their Horoscope Sign Than Their Blood Type, Survey Reveals
Published on 01/25/2023
By: Tellwut
2849
Health & Fitness

Quest Diagnostics today revealed the results of the first annual "Know Your Health" survey. Aimed to empower Americans to take ownership of their health in the new year, the survey highlights how the U.S. adult population prioritizes their health, where they go for medical advice, and how proactive they are with staying on top of their overall well-being. -PRNewswire.com

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Quest commissioned a survey conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 2,000 U.S. adults, which reveals that more Americans know their horoscope sign (66%) and credit score (58%) than their blood type (51%) or cholesterol level (20%). Which of these do you know without looking it up? Select all that apply.
Quest commissioned a survey conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 2,000 U.S. adults, which reveals that more Americans know their horoscope sign (66%) and credit score (58%) than their blood type (51%) or cholesterol level (20%). Which of these do you know without looking it up? Select all that apply.
Horoscope Sign
74%
2071 votes
Credit Score
48%
1347 votes
Blood Type
46%
1275 votes
Cholesterol level
19%
522 votes
Not Applicable
13%
370 votes
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When seeking out health information, Americans are inundated with noise which can lead to challenges in knowing what advice or data is helpful or accurate. While the majority of Americans (63%) get health advice from healthcare professionals (HCPs), roughly 2 in 5 of Gen Z (44%) get health advice from an HCP, while more than half (52%) utilize Internet searches. Nearly 1 in 4 Americans (22%) get health advice from social media influencers. Where do you get your health advice from? Select all that apply.
Health care professionals
71%
1984 votes
Internet searches
39%
1084 votes
TV
9%
262 votes
Books
12%
324 votes
Social media infleuncer
3%
70 votes
Not Applicable
15%
427 votes
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As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers have become more open to re-imagining their healthcare. For instance, while over half of Americans (57%) say they have procrastinated scheduling a routine check-up, the majority of Americans (69%) are comfortable with telehealth visits. Have you ever used had a telehealth phone call or video call doctor's appointment?
Yes
45%
1255 votes
No
41%
1157 votes
Not Applicable
14%
388 votes
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4.
When is the last time you had a doctor's appointment for a checkup?
Within the last 6 months
48%
1355 votes
7-12 months ago
17%
463 votes
13-18 months ago
6%
175 votes
19-24 months (2 years) ago
5%
131 votes
2-3 years ago
4%
124 votes
Before the pandemic
12%
346 votes
I've never had a checkup
7%
206 votes
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