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Rapid Risk Factor Surveillance System

"The Rapid Risk Factor Surveillance System (RRFSS) is an
on-going telephone survey occurring in various public health units
across Ontario. On a monthly basis, a random sample of 100 adults aged
18 years and older is interviewed regarding risk behaviours, knowledge,
attitudes and awareness about health related topics of importance to
public health.  Topic areas include smoking, sun safety, use of bike
helmets, water testing in private wells, etc.

The
survey is conducted by the Institute for Social Research (ISR) at York
University, on behalf of all RRFSS-participating health units."

[from http://www.rrfss.ca/]

The webpage includes questionnaires, reports, and data.