Health Care What Some of the People Think
|Whistling by the Graveyard
The Gallup Survey finds that 38% of American adults would “advise their member of Congress to vote against a health care bill this year,” and only 29% would want them to vote in favor. The survey is especially remarkable for its finding that twice as many political independents (44%) are opposed as in favor (22%). The survey also finds that 36% of people think the current bills would make their own health care situation worse, while only 26% think it would make it better.
The Pew survey also found a strong plurality (47%) opposes the legislation, while only 38% support it.
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