Level of Concern that US Adults Have About the Privacy of Their Medical Information and Data on Health Apps, July 2020 (% of respondents)
Respondents were asked, "How concerned, if at all, would you be about the privacy of your medical information and data if you download it to different health apps you selected to use on your smart phone, computer or tablet?"
Data is from the Pew Charitable Trusts "Pew HIT National Survey" conducted by Public Opinion Strategies and Hart Research Associates. 1,213 US adults ages 18+ were surveyed online and via telephone during June 1-July 3, 2020. The margin of error is +/- 3.49 percentage points. The survey was conducted using NORC at the University of Chicago's AmeriSpeak panel, a nationally representative, probability-based panel of the US household population.