Rising healthcare costs a concern among young voters
Washington Post, March 3, 2008
According to online interviews conducted by American University graduate journalism students, healthcare ranks as the third most pressing concern among young voters aged 18-to-29. Respondents had varying opinions about healthcare affordability: Two-thirds of respondents said they think they will be able to afford insurance in the next five years, while one-third said no or "not sure."
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