Poll: Most Americans Want Universal Healthcare, But Don’t Want to Abolish Private Insurance
We recently discovered some interesting statistics about public opinion and Universal Healthcare. In a recent Hill-HarrisX survey, the data released reveals most people want universal healthcare, but they don’t want to abolish private insurance. Poll findings show that only 1 in 10 registered voters want the equivalent of Medicare for all, if it means abolishing private health insurance plans. 13 percent of respondents said they would prefer a health care system that covers all citizens, and doesn’t allow for private plans, an approach that is sometimes referred to as “single-payer.”
The most popular option, at 32 percent, consisted of a universal, government-operated system that also would allow people to buy private, supplemental insurance.
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