PRI Single-Payer Poll Watch


Health care continues to be one of the most contentious public policy issues in the United States. Close to a decade after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, public sentiment continues to evolve: more government control or less?  To inform the public on the latest sentiment, PRI has compiled the most recent polling data on the public’s view of a single-payer system and will publish an average of the four most recent polls.  We will update the average as new polls are released. For an analysis of the data, go to our blog, “Right by the Bay.”

PRI Average of Most Recent Single-Payer Health Care Polls




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December 2019

  • NPR/PBS/Marist
  • Please note that the question used the terms “good or bad ideas,” Medicare for All, that is a national health insurance program for all Americans that replaces private health insurance

November 2019

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Nothing contained in this blog is to be construed as necessarily reflecting the views of the Pacific Research Institute or as an attempt to thwart or aid the passage of any legislation.

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