Poll: Voters Reject ‘Medicare for All’ — in Left-Wing California

By Joel Pollak

Democratic presidential candidates are rushing to declare their support for a single-payer — i.e. government-run — health care system. But voters reject such a system — even in left-wing California, where it is thought to be popular.

A Quinnipiac University poll released this week revealed that a plurality oppose single-payer health care in the state: “Only 41 percent of California voters support replacing private health insurance with a single-payer system run by the state, with 46 percent opposed. Democrats support the idea 61 – 24 percent. Opposed are Republicans, 75 – 14 percent, and independent voters, 51 – 38 percent.” The gap is outside the poll’s 4.1% margin of error.

California’s own Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) is running for president on a platform of “Medicare for All,” which she said would also mean eliminating private health insurance, though she walked that statement back somewhat.

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One Response to Poll: Voters Reject ‘Medicare for All’ — in Left-Wing California

  1. William Hicks February 9, 2019 at 2:53 am

    It looks like many people have seen what damage 0-Care has done and don’t want to double down on it.

    But it’s heart breaking to see that anyone is for it.

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