Poll on National Health Insurance Overseen by Federal Government Shows that 29% of Americans are Cluless
A Rasmussen poll on National Health Care showed that 29% of Americans favor such a plan overseen by the Federal Government. Actually, the only thing that this poll shows is that 29% of Americans are completely clueless when it comes to health care.
Twenty-nine percent (29%) of American adults favor a national health insurance program overseen by the Federal Government. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 39% oppose such a government-led initiative while 31% are not sure.
Actually there is already a national health care plan for Americans run by the Federal government, its called the VA. Is that the kind of health care you want for your children? However, there were many polled that believed that the quality of health care would decrease if overseen by the government. Thankfully, 46% of Americans do have a clue while 16% proved to be beyond ignorant. As the Q and O blog states, Health Care: Restoring my faith in the intelligence of the American public, Or at least enough of it to matter: