Poll: More Americans trust Democrats on healthcare reform
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), March 14, 2008
According to a Wall Street Journal Online/Harris Interactive poll, Americans are split on whether they can count on Democrats to improve U.S. healthcare. Of those surveyed, 45% said they trust Democrats on the issue and 44% saying they do not. By comparison, 63% don't trust Republican to lead health reform, compared with 25% saying they do.
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