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Opposition to the type of single-payer, government-run, universal health care system touted by some Democrat presidential hopefuls has risen to its highest level in nearly five years, a new Rasmussen Reports survey reveals.
In the national survey of 1,000 likely voters conducted August 4-5, 2019, 47% said they oppose single-payer, universal, government-run health care, while only 36% said they favor it. A year ago, voters were evenly split between those who support (43%) and oppose (43%) this type of health care.
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What’s more, nearly two-thirds (64%) now say they believe their personal taxes will increase under such a system, and strong pluralities say the cost of health care will go up (45%), but the quality of health care will go down (47%). Less than a quarter of respondents expect health care costs would fall (23%) or that the...
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