WJLA June 23, 2021
Elissa Salamy

WASHINGTON (SBG) – The COVID pandemic exposed a great deal about the hospital systems and medical care as a whole in the U.S. According to a recent poll, 48% of voters say our health care is good or excellent.

“31% say fair, 19% poor,” said Ballotpedia’s Scott Rasmussen to The National Desk’s Jan Jeffcoat. “Not great ratings.”

What’s surprising, says Rasmussen, is in looking at the data divided by political affiliation.

“In almost everything in political life these days, there’s a huge gap between Republicans and Democrats. But in this case, 51% of Republicans say it’s good or excellent, 49% of Democrats say the same,” said Rasmussen. “Not a huge partisan gap anywhere on this question.”

According to Rasmussen,...

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