Expansion Of Public Insurance STILL The Most Popular Health Insurance Proposal
No one can accuse the Obama Administration of "governing by poll" at least:
As the Senate prepares to vote on health care reform, American voters "mostly disapprove" of the plan 53 - 36 percent and disapprove 56 - 38 percent of President Barack Obama's handling of the health care issue, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. [. . .]
While voters oppose the health care plan, they back two options cut from the Senate bill, supporting 56 - 38 percent giving people the option of coverage by a government health insurance plan and backing 64 - 30 percent allowing younger people to buy into Medicare.
Certainly the politics of health care does not look promising for Democrats, but time will tell.
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