the full sample is plus or minus 4.0 percentage points, higher for subgroups such as parents of teens.
Helene A. Emsellem, MD (Chair)
The Center for Sleep & Wake Disorders and George Washington University Medical Center
Kristen L. Knutson, PhD (Poll Scholar)
University of Chicago
Orfeu M. Buxton, PhD
Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital
D. Sunshine Hillygus, PhD
Monique K. LeBourgeois, PhD
University of Colorado Boulder
Hawley Montgomery-Downs, PhD
West Virginia University
Jim Spilsbury, PhD, MPH
Case Western Reserve University
The NSF began surveying American sleep health and behaviors in 1991 and releases the poll findings as part of its annual National Sleep Awareness Week ® campaign, held March 2-9, 2014, which culminates with the change to Daylight Saving Time on March 9. With the change of clocks, NSF encourages Americans not to lose an hour of sleep. Follow events on Facebook and Twitter @sleepfoundation.
The National Sleep Foundation is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. It is well-known for its annual Sleep in America® poll. The Foundation is a charitable, educational and scientific not-for-profit organization located in Washington, DC. Its membership includes researchers and clinicians focused on sleep medicine, health professionals, patients, families affected by drowsy driving and more than 900 healthcare facilities. www.sleepfoundation.org