Poll: 7 in 10 Have Negative View of U.S. Healthcare System – How Do You Feel About Healthcare in America?
How do you feel about the American healthcare system?
by Causes | 1.14.19
What’s the story?
- Seventy percent of Americans describe the current healthcare system as being in a "in a state of crisis" or having "major problems,” according a new Gallup poll.
What are the numbers?
Gallup asked “Which of these statements do you think best describes the U.S. healthcare system today: It is in a state of crisis; It has major problems; It has minor problems; It does not have any problems”?
- 84 percent of Democrats believe the healthcare system is in a state of crisis or has major problems—up from 76 percent a year ago and 63 percent in 2016.
- 56 percent of GOP respondents say the healthcare system has major problems or is in a state of crisis—down from 71 percent a year ago and from 80 percent in 2016.
What do you think?
Is the American healthcare system in a state of crisis? Does it have major problems? Does it not have any problems? Should Congress tackle healthcare? Take action above and tell your reps then share your thoughts below.
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