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Americans don’t yet know whether they really support single-payer

Original story at Vox• 2 mentions • 2 weeks ago

Vox 2 weeks ago

 
The Medicare-for-all train is picking up steam. Fifteen Senate Democrats are co-sponsoring Bernie Sanders’s single-payer health care bill. Several of them look like presidential contenders. Now more than ever, universal single-payer health care is being treated as a viable policy idea in the United States — in part because it is an increasingly politically popular one. But the American public is notoriously fickle when it comes to health care: Just look at how the Affordable Care Act’s approval lagged, right up until Republicans tried to repeal it. So does the public really want single-payer health care? “I think the honest ...
 
 
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What they're saying:

13 Sep
Noah Smith @Noahpinion
RT @dylanlscott: Americans don’t yet know whether they really support single-payer https://t.co/2Hf76iSeL7
13 Sep
Matthew Yglesias @mattyglesias
RT @dylanlscott: Two final points: First, young people are really embracing single payer. https://t.co/TWO9atHv2g https://t.co/HrqKCsVhkZ