A new survey conducted jointly by NPR and public opinion researchers at Kaiser and the Harvard School of Public Health examines how the public views different approaches for expanding health coverage, including provisions that would require all individuals to purchase insurance or parents to obtain coverage for their children. The survey looks at whether or not the public supports such provisions, the major reasons behind their views, and how opinions differ among Democrats, Republicans and independents. This survey is part of a series of projects about health-related issues by NPR, Kaiser, and the Harvard School of Public Health. Representatives of the three organizations worked together to develop the survey questionnaire and to analyze the results, with NPR maintaining editorial control over its broadcasts on the results. Survey results.