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Sixty-four percent of American voters remain unwilling to pay more taxes to pay for universal coverage, such as Medicare for All or a public option, according to a poll released Thursday.
A survey released Thursday conducted by Locust Street Group commissioned by the Partnership for America’s Health Care Future found that 64 percent of American voters would remain unwilling to pay more in taxes in exchange for Medicare for All or a public option. In contrast, 36 percent of voters said that they would be willing to pay more in taxes for universal coverage.
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Americans across the political spectrum oppose paying more in taxes for Medicare for All or a public option. Seventy-nine percent of Republican voters oppose paying more in taxes for universal coverage, 66 percent of swing voters disfavor more taxes for universal coverage, and 51 percent of Democrat voters do not approve of paying more taxes for universal coverage.
Phillip Morris, a partner of Locust Street Group, said in a statement Thursday, “A majority of Democratic, swing, and Republican voters are clear that they are not willing to pay any more in taxes for universal coverage. They’re looking for health care policies that lower rising...
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