Survey shows wide range of views on health care system

05/14/2009 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

A Stanford University study found 62% of 2,000 voters surveyed said the U.S. health care system works well for them personally. On the other hand, the survey also showed 68% believe the system doesn't work well for most Americans and 58% were unhappy with the costs. The survey found no consensus among respondents when asked about six health care reform options.

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