Most Americans don’t want Medicare for All

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Progressives’ entire rationale for “Medicare for All” is based on a lie. Or rather, two lies.

They assert that Americans are both dissatisfied with the health insurance status quo and that a single-payer system would eliminate that dissatisfaction.

But according to recent polling, neither claim is true. Americans are broadly happy with the existing health insurance system. And single-payer would manifestly worsen — not solve — the problems Americans do face under the status quo.

Read the full article at the Boston Herald

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