2019 National Survey of Organ Donation Attitudes and Practices
The 2019 National Survey of Organ Donation Attitudes and Practices measured public opinion about organ donation and transplantation. This survey was completed by 10,000 U.S. adults. Key findings include:
- People’s support for organ donation.
- If they have signed up to be an organ donor and where.
- Talking to family members about organ donation and their wish.
- Beliefs about organ donation and transplantation.
- If they want their organs used locally or wherever they are needed most.
- Where they got their information on organ donation in the past year.
View and download the 2019 National Survey report (PDF - 3 MB).
- Binary Response Tables (XLSX - 459 KB) – Frequency tables with data bars/color coding in the 2019 National Survey report.
- Supplemental Tables (XLSX - 196 KB) – Non-frequency tables in the 2019 National Survey report.
- Full Response Tables (XLSX - 510 KB) – Proportions and confidence intervals for every response option for all 86 key survey questions.
Listen to/watch a webinar recording on key findings of the survey. Slides from the webinar (PDF - 697 KB) are also available.
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2012 National Survey of Organ Donation Attitudes and Behaviors
This report details the findings of the 2012 survey of the American public’s attitudes and behaviors about organ donation.
View and download the 2012 National Survey of Organ Donation Attitudes and Behaviors (PDF - 1 MB) report.