HealthLeaders Media May 15, 2019
Healthcare is a top priority for American voters and there aren’t dramatic differences by ideology, according to a new survey.
Thirty six percent of Americans ranked healthcare as the most important policy issue facing the nation’s future.
Seventy two percent of Americans responded that they were satisfied with the healthcare they received while only 44% indicated that they were satisfied with the healthcare other Americans were receiving.
Overall, 65% of respondents expressed support for Medicare for All, though only 23% said they felt “very well-informed” about the proposal.
Americans are most concerned with the future of healthcare and express a steady support of Medicare for All, though that backing is challenged when presented...