Survey: Obama's health reform plans have wide support

02/12/2009 | U.S. News & World Report

About half of the 2,491 adults who participated in a recent nationwide survey said they "strongly" or "somewhat" agreed with President Barack Obama's plans to reform health care. The more popular proposals include establishing a "national health insurance exchange" and allowing Medicare to directly negotiate with drugmakers about the price of medicines, the survey found.

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