This document provides the full methodology and topline for “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States.” As insurers, state governments, employers and other entities have been trying to make health care price information more easily available to individuals and families, Public Agenda research reveals that Americans are still searching for price information. Obstacles remain to helping them find the information that can help them save money. This nationally representative survey research was conducted by Public Agenda and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the New York State Health Foundation. It follows up on a previous national survey conducted by Public Agenda with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, published in 2015. (2017)