AFL-CIO survey gauges opinions of U.S. health system
The Detroit Free Press, January 16, 2008
The AFL-CIO launched a large online survey Tuesday to find out how the public and national, state and locally elected officials rate the U.S. healthcare system. The group said it hopes to reach at least 20,000 people. As a test on Monday, the survey was sent to 5,000 people listed on one of its electronic databases. More than 1,000 people responded.
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