New 50-state Poll Shows Perils of So-called Medicare “Negotiation”

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A new large-scale survey of 20,000 Americans covering all 50 states and 435 Congressional districts shows a majority of Americans find health care coverage costs unreasonable and a priority health care issue for policymakers to address today. The survey also shows that a majority of voters in every state and district oppose Medicare “negotiation” once they learn the policy could harm access and innovation.

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