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SURVEY: Voters Weigh-In On Healthcare During COVID-19 Pandemic


MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc across the country, a new healthinsurance.com national survey of 1,000 registered voters conducted by Scott Rasmussen found that public sentiment surrounding our nation’s healthcare system is deteriorating. Whether it’s concerns about the cost of care or insurance coverage, the survey results suggest many Americans are anxious about the state of healthcare. (PRNewsfoto/healthinsurance.com) U.S. HEALTHCARE & 2020 ELECTION:
Overall, the majority — 60% — of respondents rated the U.S. healthcare system as “poor” or “fair,” compared to the 11% that rated it as “excellent.” When asked about the fix, 69% say the key to improving the U.S. healthcare system is giving more control to patients and doctors. In fact, when it came to healthcare reform, more than 50% of respondents said it was a “very important” issue in the upcoming presidential election.

COVID-19 hasn’t improved voters’ thoughts about the U.S. healthcare system. According to survey results, one-third of respondents said their opinion of the U.S. healthcare system changed for the worse in the face of COVID-19. Only 14% said their opinion changed for the better. Similarly, one-third of respondents said they’re afraid of […]

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