The National Recreation an Park Association polls Americans to explore their views on topics related to the park and recreation field. Each poll targets 1,000 adults ages 18 and up, representing a cross-section of Americans.
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June, 2017: Americans head outside for their walking pleasure.
Park Pulse Archive
May, 2017: Financial difficulties resulted in close to 100 million Americans experiencing food insecurity over the past year.
Americans look to their local government to make environmental initiatives a priority.
Americans support a proposal allowing HSA and FSA money to be used for fitness programs and recreation costs.
Americans say it is important for local government to set aside land to preserve the natural landscape.
Americans prefer to stay physically active this winter by walking, running, and hiking outside.
Three in four Americans intend to purchase gifts associated with outdoor activities this holiday season.
Healthy food and drink options while on-the-go should be made more accessible says most Americans.
New online survey finds Americans support NRPA’s position in prohibiting the use of tobacco products in public areas.
Americans overwhelmingly agree that children need more physical activity opportunities.
Watching Olympic and other sports athletes inspire many to be more active on their own says latest NRPA poll.
NRPA poll shows most Americans have attended or will be attending one or more outdoor summer events in their community this summer.
NRPA identifies the activities enjoyed the most outside in the summer through latest poll.
NRPA poll shows Zika to alter the outdoor plans of many Americans this summer.
About NRPA Park Pulse
NRPA commissions Wakefield Research to survey approximately 1,000 adults ages 18 and up, on topics related to the park and recreation field. Each month, NRPA will release a new Park Pulse poll result. If you have a suggestion for a Park Pulse poll question, please send it to Kevin Roth.
For more information about NRPA Park Pulse:
- Questions about polls and methodology, contact Kevin Roth.
- For media inquiries, contact Heather Williams.