The Washington Times - More than half of the public supports a Bernie Sanders-style plan that replaces private coverage with a sweeping, “Medicare for all” style program that imposes a nationwide plan, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
However, support for a government-run, single-payer plan swings wildly off the 56-percent mark when potential benefits and drawbacks are posed.
The argument that single-payer would make health coverage a right for all boosts support to 71 percent versus 27 percent opposition. Yet the notion that single-payer could force people to wait longer for medical tests or procedures caused those percentages to essentially flip, the Kaiser poll found...>>>
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