Public Acceptance of and Willingness to Pay for Mosquito Control, Texas, USA
Katherine L. Dickinson
, Natalie Banacos, Ester Carbajal, Nina Dacko, Chris Fredregill, Steven Hinojosa, Jose G. Juarez, Caroline Weldon, and Gabriel L. Hamer
Author affiliations: University of Colorado Anschutz, Aurora, Colorado, USA (K.L. Dickinson); Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (N. Banacos); Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, USA (E. Carbajal, J.G. Juarez, G.L. Hamer); Tarrant County Health Department, Fort Worth, Texas, USA (N. Dacko); Harris County Public Health, Houston, Texas, USA (C. Fredregill); Hidalgo County Health and Human Services, Edinburg, Texas, USA (S. Hinojosa); University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA (C. Weldon)
Figure 2. Average (mean) level of public support for mosquito control methods by county, Harris, Tarrant, and Hidalgo Counties, Texas, USA. Level 1, strongly oppose; 2, oppose; 3, neutral; 4, support; 5, strongly support. Kruskal-Wallis test used for differences in level of support across counties. GM, genetic modification.
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