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Emily Ekins
Americans oppose Medicare-for-all if it raises their taxes (60% opposed) or eliminates their private insurance plans (57% opposed) via Survey
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Scott Drum Jul 31
I'm totally in favor of everything that somebody else will pay for.
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BlockchainNames.com Jul 31
To be fair, I think the majority of Americans would oppose just about any policy plan when asked if they had to pay more in taxes.
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Tiffany Y Jul 31
When they realize that medicare for all gives as much coverage as the best plans and that the tax is instead of copays, deductibles and premium and saves money for most people, the support for the plan goes back up again.
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Tiffany Y Jul 31
People need to be honest about the plan and not use scare tactics and acknowledge that people will have the best coverage with no premiums, copays or premiums and that medicare for all will save most people money.
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The Best Millenial Aug 20
Hi Emily - just want to say I saw you on C-SPAN the other day and your presentation was AMAZING! Such an informative look into poverty and housing. Love your research. And it was interesting to see a pulse of how people feel about these areas.
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ADRodas11 Jul 31
Why wasn't it asked, or clarified, that the increase in taxes would still end up being less expensive than their private taxes (insurance premiums)? Further yet, that Medicare for all would make private insurance obsolete for the exception of supplemental. Misleading much?
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Barbara Browne Aug 20
If the government has about a D- controlling the DMV, it scares the hell out of me to see what they would do with health care!
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