Sixty-five percent of 1,034 people graded the quality of health care they received as an A or a B, while 13% gave a rating of a D or an F, according to a poll by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. But the survey found only 33% of respondents rated overall health care quality in the U.S. as an A or B and 28% graded it with a D or F. Data also found that 45% of those who earned less than $50,000 said their own care was a C, D or F compared with 21% of people who earned more.
Poll: Most people give high grades for own quality of care
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