FDA Week - 01/10/2020

More Than Half Of Voters Say Health Care, Drug Costs Are Top 2020 Concern

By Emily Martin / January 8, 2020 at 4:41 PM
More than half of voters consider out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs and other aspects of health care as top concerns ahead of the first primaries, according to a recent poll from Morning Consult and Bipartisan Policy Center. Nearly half also say use of illicit drugs and opioids is the most common public health issue within their community. Health care has remained the number one issue for Democratic voters in the 2020 election cycle, as previously reported by the Kaiser Family...

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