Poll: Majority of Wisconsin residents want universal care
AP/Chicago Tribune, May 7, 2008
In a new poll, 61% of Wisconsin residents say they favor replacing the current healthcare system with one that covers everyone and is run entirely by the state. Half of those polled say the costs of healthcare are extremely problematic, and another 45% say the state's healthcare system has major problems.
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