Survey: Americans more optimistic about health care

07/22/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

More Americans reported feeling confident about their ability to get and pay for health care in June compared with May, according to a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study. Whites were more optimistic than blacks, but 85% of all survey respondents said it was important for President Barack Obama to make health care reform part of the economic recovery.

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