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Physicians' Level of Concern for H1N1 Swine Flu Pandemic Highest Since April

ould result in a catastrophic pandemic. Use a scale from 1 to 7, where 1 indicates "No Risk" and 7 indicates "Extremely High Risk."

                     Week 1   Week 2    Week 3    Week 4    Week 5    Week 6
                    (4/27/09) (5/6/09) (5/21/09) (6/10/09) (6/29/09) (7/14/09)
    1 - No Risk         1%        2%        3%        2%        3%        2%
    2 - Low Risk       13%       27%       26%       33%       25%       22%
        Bottom 2       14%       30%       29%       35%       28%       24%
    3 - Somewhat Low
        Risk           14%       18%       17%       16%       16%       15%
    4 - Neither At
        Risk or Not
        At Risk         9%       12%       14%       14%       12%       13%
    5 - Somewhat
        At Risk        49%       31%       33%       29%       37%       36%
    Top 2              14%        9%        8%        6%        7%       12%
    6 - High Risk      12%        7%        7%        6%        6%       10%
    7 - Extremely
        High Risk       2%        1%        1%        0%        1%        2%
    MEAN              4.4       3.7       3.7       3.5       3.8       4.0
                   (Neither) (Neither) (Neutral) (Neutral) (Neutral) (Neutral)

Please indicate your level of concern regarding the degree of the impact that the H1N1 swine flu epidemic will have on you and your family.

Use a scale from 1 to 7, where 1 indicates "Not At All Concerned" and 7 indicates "Extremely Concerned."

                     Week 1    Week 2    Week 3    Week 4    Week 5    Week 6
                    (4/27/09) (5/6/09) (5/21/09) (6/10/09) (6/29/09) (7/14/09)

    1 - Not At All
        Concerned       3%        6%        6%        7%        6%        4%
    2 - Not Concerned  12%       21%       22%       27%       21%       19%
    Bottom 2         
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