Aug 11, 2009

57% oppose, 32% Support Single Payer Health Care

Do you remember, just a few years back, when President Clinton and other liberals would rush to the polls to determine their next policy move? They would base their decisions on a difference of just a few points. Well, things have now changed.

Rasmussen Reports released the results for their newest poll on ObamaCare yesterday. Rasmussen Reports is well known for their integrity and trusted by many on all sides of the political spectrum.

Thirty-two percent (32%) of voters nationwide favor a single-payer health care system where the federal government provides coverage for everyone. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 57% are opposed to a single-payer plan.

There are obviously more than just a few points difference in what the American populace desires.

Fifty-two percent (52%) believe such a system would lead to a lower quality of care while 13% believe care would improve. Twenty-seven percent (27%) think that the quality of care would remain about the same.

A staggering 52% believe this would lead to worse medical care while only 13% feel that it would improve!

View the complete report here.

There is no doubt what so ever that the majority of Americans oppose this draconian measure. Yet the Obama Administration and his cronies in the Democrat party are still intent on ramming this “reform” bill down our throats. One must honestly inquire as to why?

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