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Poll: Reducing health care costs top priority for most Americans

About 80% of Americans say reducing health care and prescription drug costs are their top priorities, regardless of party affiliation, according to a new POLITICO-Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health survey. In a Politico article published on February 19, 2020, Robert Blendon,…

When denied coverage, many Americans skip prescribed drugs

Nearly half of Americans whose insurance companies deny coverage of a particular drug they need simply go without the drug, according to a recent poll on income inequality in the U.S. The poll, from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson foundation, and Harvard…

Most like employer-sponsored health coverage—but not all

Recent polling suggests that most Americans are generally satisfied with their employer-sponsored health coverage. But many who receive insurance through their jobs say they still face financial difficulty covering health care costs. A November 21, 2019 Kaiser Health News article explored the…

Most Americans favor Democratic health care approaches

A new survey from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the New York Times, and the Commonwealth Fund found that two-thirds of Americans support Democratic approaches to changing the health care system, while a third prefer the type of approach backed…

Speaking of Climate Change

C-Change Conversations, an organization devoted to sharing the science of climate change, focuses on taking its message to political conservatives and moderates.

Poll shows Americans are fed up with pharmaceutical industry

The pharmaceutical industry is now the most loathed sector in America, according to a new poll. A Gallup Poll conducted in August found that 58% of Americans held negative views of the pharmaceutical industry while only 27% held positive views of it.…

Voters’ biggest health care concerns are high costs, say experts

Many of the Democrats running for president are championing bold ways to ensure that all Americans have health care coverage, such as Medicare-for-All. But many voters are focused instead on simply lowering their out-of-pocket health care costs, according to pollsters, policy analysts,…