Urban: Americans Ambivalent About Medicare For All, Other Options

By Amy Lotven
August 8, 2019 at 4:34 PM
A new Urban Institute survey finds that despite Democratic presidential candidates’ call to expand coverage to everyone either through Medicare for All, or a public option, Americans appear ambivalent on the issue , which the survey authors say is likely due to uncertainty over the trade-offs. In the March Health Reform Monitoring Survey (HRMS), researchers asked 4,800 people whether they would support, oppose, or neither support nor oppose, four policies that have been pushed by a number of presidential candidates...

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