National Flu Survey (NFS)
The National Flu Survey (NFS) collects data to measure the number of flu vaccinations received by adults and children nationwide, where people receive their flu vaccinations, their knowledge on the effectiveness and safety of flu vaccines, and why some people choose not to get vaccinated against the flu. The NFS has been conducted since the 2010-11 influenza season. In the 2011-12 influenza season, the survey was conducted in November to provide mid-season flu vaccination estimates and intent to get vaccinated. A survey is planned in March to provide end-of-season flu vaccination estimates.
- Frequently Asked Questions about the National Flu Survey [PDF - 66 KB]
- Letter to participants about the National Flu Survey [PDF - 73 KB]
- National Flu Survey Questionnaire [PDF - 314 KB]
- See how data from the National Flu Survey and other surveys are used
- Information about influenza and influenza vaccination