Opinion Research

California Campaign for a 'Smart' Health Insurance Exchange

This statewide poll of likely California voters shows strong public support for teh principles of 'smart' design of the State Health Benefits Exchange.  Among the most significant finding of the poll:  was expecially strong interest among young persons and minorities in purchasing health care that offered a choice of team care.  The participation of these demographic groups in the Exchange will be crucial for averting "adverse selection" and keeping the cost of health insurance low and affordable.

Federal Health Reform:  Frontline and Swing Districts (October 2009)

America’s Agenda poll reveals that a majority of likely voters in “Blue Dog” and swing Congressional districts support the inclusion of family doctor-coordinated health teams as part of the federal health reform plan; inclusion substantially boosts support for the overall reform package among all demographic groups.

Federal Health Reform: Nationwide (July 2009)

America’s Agenda nationwide poll of likely Republican and Democratic voters shows that voters across the political spectrum support specific common sense health care delivery system reforms they believe will improve health care quality and lower costs.

West Virginia State Health Reform (April 2008)

This poll shows that the deepest concern of a majority of likely West Virginia voters is the rising cost of their health care. The survey reveals that a large majority will back elected state leaders who enact reform that ensures affordable care.

 

California Campaign for a 'Smart' Health Insurance Exchange

This statewide poll of likely California voters shows strong public support for teh principles of 'smart' design of the State Health Benefits Exchange.  Among the most significant finding of the poll:  was expecially strong interest among young persons and minorities in purchasing health care that offered a choice of team care.  The participation of these demographic groups in the Exchange will be crucial for averting "adverse selection" and keeping the cost of health insurance low and affordable.

Federal Health Reform:  Frontline and Swing Districts (October 2009)

America’s Agenda poll reveals that a majority of likely voters in “Blue Dog” and swing Congressional districts support the inclusion of family doctor-coordinated health teams as part of the federal health reform plan; inclusion substantially boosts support for the overall reform package among all demographic groups.

Federal Health Reform: Nationwide (July 2009)

America’s Agenda nationwide poll of likely Republican and Democratic voters shows that voters across the political spectrum support specific common sense health care delivery system reforms they believe will improve health care quality and lower costs.

West Virginia State Health Reform (April 2008)

This poll shows that the deepest concern of a majority of likely West Virginia voters is the rising cost of their health care. The survey reveals that a large majority will back elected state leaders who enact reform that ensures affordable care.

 

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Lake & MacInturff Health Reform Survey

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