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The former President Obama aide David Axelrod Tuesday warned that many of the proposals were the Democratic presidential candidates ignore the many polls which show that these positions are unpopular.
He pointed out that surveys show a large number of Americans oppose Medicare-for-all, the decriminalization of illegal crossing of the border and give free health care for illegal immigrants.
“It seems, if she runs for President, you should take into account what the country wants,” Axelrod said in the CNN post-debate analysis.
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A majority of the 20 candidates in the debates to support a version of Medicare-for-all, what are the private insurance companies. A majority of the voters are against single-payer, according to a new Marist poll. All the 10 candidates who raised their hands, while the second night of the debates in the last month asked if she would the health care for illegal immigrants.
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“We are moving with these idealized proposals, which are going to beg for opposition and make it easier for Donald Trump to make his case and win re-election, when the stakes are so high?” Axelrod Added. “This is what a lot of Democrats are worried about.”