The Hill, March 18, 2014
Two thirds of people in the United States say they're satisfied with the country's current healthcare system, a new poll indicates. Sixty-six percent say they're satisfied with how the healthcare system is working for them, according to a Gallup poll released Monday. By contrast, 32 percent say they're dissatisfied. Levels of satisfaction were largely determined by whether those surveyed have health insurance. Seventy-two percent of people with insurance say they are satisfied with the healthcare system while 26 percent of them say they are not. Only a third of people without health insurance say they are satisfied with the country's healthcare, compared to nearly 60 percent who say they are dissatisfied.