Survey shows support for increases in public health spending

10/22/2008 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

A survey of 1,026 voters by the Trust for America's Health shows 63% believe investing in preventive health will save money on long-term health care costs. The survey also finds 60% of respondents want federal and state governments to focus on obesity-related illnesses. The report says government spending on public health should increase by $12 billion.

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