New poll finds growing unease on health plan
Americans are concerned that revamping the healthcare system would reduce the quality of their care, increase their out-of-pocket health costs and tax bills, and limit their options in choosing doctors, treatments, and tests, according to the a New York Times/CBS News poll. The percentage who describe healthcare costs as a serious threat to the American economy has dropped over the past month, the poll found.
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