Republicans and Democrats diverge on healthcare
Reuters/Yahoo News, March 20, 2008
Republicans far more likely than Democrats to call the U.S. healthcare system the world's best, according to a poll released by the Harvard University School of Public Health and Harris Interactive. People taking part in the survey were asked if they thought the United States has the best healthcare system or if other countries had better ones. Among Republicans, 68 percent said the United States is the best, compared to 32 percent of Democrats.
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