Ipsos MORI interviewed 14,526 members of the general public aged 18+ across 13 countries between March and 4th May 2012. These were Great Britain (2,024), USA (1,003), Australia (1,204), New Zealand (1,006), Egypt (1,068, Saudi Arabia (1,179), Thailand (1,003), Mexico (1,017), Hong Kong (1,004), Brazil (1,000), India (1,011), China (1,002) and Spain (1,005). Data was weighted to the known population profile within each country. Global averages were taken from the mean score across all 13 countries, no further weighting was applied to the global average. The survey was undertaken for Bupa Health Pulse 2012 www.bupa.com/healthpulse.
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