The Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS) is a nationally representative, internet-based survey of nonelderly adults launched in 2013. It provides information on trends in health insurance coverage and related health outcomes, addresses important Affordable Care Act policy and implementation issues, and collects data on a broad range of other health topics. Samples for the HRMS are drawn from Ipsos’s KnowledgePanel, the nation’s largest probability-based online panel. The HRMS is currently fielded annually, with a sample of approximately 9,000 adults ages 18 to 64 participating in each round. For more information about the HRMS, go to https://hrms.urban.org/.
These tables include data on household food security in the past 30 days from the 2020, 2021, and 2022 rounds of the HRMS.