Telephone versus web panel National Survey for monitoring adoption of preventive behaviors to climate change in populations: A case study of Lyme disease in Quebec, Canada.

To monitor the adoption of climate change adaptive behaviors in the population, public health authorities have to conduct national surveys, which can help them target vulnerable subpopulations.

To ensure reliable estimates of the adoption of these preventive behaviors, many data collection methods are offered by polling firms. The aim of this study was to compare a telephone survey with a web survey on Lyme disease with regard to their representativeness.