Today’s highly interesting read (01/25/19): Medicare for All Is Popular Until You Explain How It Works

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Peter Suderman at Reason.com dug into a new survey.

It finds that 56 percent of the country supports a “national health plan, sometimes called Medicare for All” and an even larger percentage—71 percent—supports the idea when told that it would “guarantee health insurance as a right for all Americans.” When told that such a plan would eliminate health insurance premiums, 67 percent say they’re in favor.

But the more revealing part of the survey, I think, comes from the questions focused on the costs of single payer…

Yes, indeed.

Read more here.

One thought on “Today’s highly interesting read (01/25/19): Medicare for All Is Popular Until You Explain How It Works

  1. Pingback: Medicare for All; religious decline; border chaos; and cookies | This Just In… From Franklin, WI

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