AXIOS February 21, 2024
Jason Millman

The ability to cover an unexpected medical bill or the cost of health care services tops U.S. adults’ financial concerns, outranking worries over routine costs.

The big picture: That’s according to a new KFF poll that also finds about half of voters say health care costs are a major reason for their negative view of the economy, though bigger factors were everyday expenses, inflation and housing costs.

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