Cost of Care



The new study conducted by Rasmussen Reports found that,

“Sixty-one percent (61%) of voters nationwide say that cost is the biggest health care problem facing the nation today. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 21% believe the lack of universal health insurance coverage is a bigger problem.

Only 10% believe the quality of care is the top concern, and two percent (2%) point to the inconvenience factor of dealing with the current medical system.”

I don’t know about all the bucket readers out there, but this didn’t come as a surprise to me, of course people have a problem with cost, when the current administration is flushing all the jobs down the toilet. The piece that most intrigued me was the fact that only 21% of the American population thought the lack of universal health care was the problem, and Nancy said the American people were on their side.


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