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More than 47% in WYMT On-Line Poll Are Satisfied With Their Health Care Coverage

By: Neil Middleton
By: Neil Middleton

A recent WYMT on-line poll shows more than 47% of those responding are satisfied with their health care coverage. But, nearly 52% are either not satisfied with their coverage or can not afford to buy health insurance.

A recent WYMT on-line poll shows more than 47% of those responding are satisfied with their health care coverage.  But, nearly 52% are either not satisfied with their coverage or can not afford to buy health insurance.

This poll is not a scientific sample of public opinion.  It simply represents the views of the 502 people that voted in our poll.

Results: Are you satisfied with your health care coverage?
Poll Results:
Yes - 47.2%
 
No - 27.1%
 
I can't afford health insurance - 24.5%
 
I can afford health insurance but choose not to have it - 1.2%
 
Total Responses - 502

 

I find the results especially interesting when you compare the numbers to a recent poll regarding a public option.  More than 70% of those responding in that poll said they were not in favor of a government run public option.  548 people voted in that survey.  There is no way to determine if the same group of people participated in both polls. 

Still, it is a starting point for conversation.   I would like to hear your opinions. Let me what you think and I’ll share your comments here on the blog.

As always, thanks for making WYMT-TV your source for news and information.  We appreciate your trust.

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Neil Middleton
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