Welcome to the Minnesota Health Access Survey Interactive Data Tool. The Minnesota Health Access Survey is a biennial telephone survey of Minnesotans that collects information related to health insurance and health care access. The survey is conducted as a partnership between the Minnesota Department of Health and University of Minnesota. There is also a page for Technical information about survey and the data tool.
We are pleased to provide public access to the survey data through this interactive data tool. This system will allow you to see detailed results from the survey, and compare years of the survey. You will be able to create customized tables and download them in pdf or excel format. In addition, the system can tell you if any of the estimates are significantly different from each other through statistical tests.
Years available: Currently, the system includes data from the 2001, 2004, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019, and 2021 surveys. Users can create tables comparing any two years of data.
Please note: In 2019, the Minnesota Health Access survey moved from an exclusively random digit dial (RDD) frame telephone survey to a dual RDD and address-based sample (ABS) frame and web-based survey, and 2021 was exclusively an ABS sample frame. Due to these changes, results from 2019 and 2021 may not be directly comparable to previous years.
Types of information available: This system can be used to generate a variety of detailed statistics and comparisons. These include:
For other questions about the survey data, please contact the Health Economics Program at 651-201-4520 or firstname.lastname@example.org.