Fierce Healthcare December 7, 2023
Noah Tong

New polling suggests voters would rather work to improve the current U.S. healthcare system and keep the Affordable Care Act in place, rather than drastically overhaul the system in favor of a national public option or Medicare for All.

Three-quarters of survey respondents said they prefer fixing the current health insurance system versus starting fresh with a Medicare for All system, while 64% said Medicare should begin at the age of 60 instead of 65 and 58% believe people should be allowed to purchase health insurance beginning at the age of 50.

Repealing the ACA struck a chord with respondents as just 32% of voters and only 44% of GOP voters said they support repealing the ACA. When asked if...

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Topics: ACA (Affordable Care Act), CMS, Congress / White House, Govt Agencies, Insurance, Medicare, Patient / Consumer, Provider, Survey / Study, Trends
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