Customer Perception Towards Health Insurance

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Q.1 Do you have any Insurance Policy? (a) Yes (b) No

Analysis:-
68% Respondents having Insurance Policy.
32% Respondents don’t have any kind of Insurance Policy.

Q.2 Are you aware about Health Insurance? (a)Yes (b) No

Analysis:-
72% Respondents know about Health Insurance Policy
28% Respondents don’t know about Health Insurance Policy

Q.3 If yes, do you know benefits of health insurance? (a) Yes ( b ) No

Analysis:-
64% Respondents aware about Health Insurance benefits.
36% Respondents don’t know benefits of Health Insurance.

Q.4 Do you have any Health Insurance Policy? (a) Yes (b) No

Analysis:-
38% Respondents having Health Insurance policy.
62% Respondents don’t have Health Insurance policy.

Q.5 If yes, which companies plan do you avail? (a) ICICI Lombard (b) Bajaj Alliance (c ) Star Allied (d) New India Assurance (e) Others Analysis:-
36.84% users are availing ICICI Lombard Health Insurance plan.
26.32% users are availing Bajaj Allianz Insurance Plan.
15.79% users are availing Star Allied Health Insurance Plan.
15.79% users are availing New India Assurance Health Insurance Plan
5.26% users are availing Other Health Insurance Companies Plan.

Q.6 How did you get this health Policy?
(a)Employer Provides (b) Own purchase (c) Family Provides

Analysis:-
57.89% Respondents got this Health Insurance from their employer.
26.31% Respondents own purchased Health Insurance.
15.79% Respondents got by Family.…...

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