Government-run health care, universal Medicare buy-in supported by the majority of The primary voters: Fox News poll

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As health care continues to be a Central theme of the heading in the 2020 presidential election campaign, Democrats, that they are in favour of a certain form of government-run system, according to a Fox News poll.

In an effort to move closer to universal coverage, 83 percent of the Democrats for a Medicare buy-in plan that would allow to buy to people, regardless of age, in the government-run system. Fifty-one percent of Republicans agreed.

Currently, the taxpayer-funded program, covers Americans 65 and older. A total of 10 percent of the voters, a candidate who holds a health care position is different than yours is a deal-breaker.


On Tuesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s proposal came out against the “Medicare-for-all”. You said that the President should accept the candidate, the Affordable Care Act to achieve universal health care.

“I think the way… to health care for all is a way of following the example of the Affordable Care Act,” on CNBC’s “Mad Money”

Sen. Michael Bennet of Colorado, said the Medicare plan, the country would be set back 10 years.

When asked whether they will support to get rid of the private health insurance and the transition to a government-run option for anyone who is the favored 61 percent of Democrats, compared to 27 percent of Republicans either strongly or somewhat the plan. The majority of house Democrats supported, replaced by private health insurance with a government plan to cover everyone.

Minor changes to the Affordable Care Act, while it is in the largely received support from 72 percent of Democrats. Republican respondents, at 40 percent.

The presidential field, the Democrats, has visions in the intense clashes about your health.


The former Vice-President Joe Biden and former Obama administration official Julian Castro exchanged barbs over ObamaCare during last week’s debate in Houston.

Under a plan, Sanders, persons from participation in the “Medicare-type advanced” option automatically, if they lost their jobs.

Massachusetts sen. Elizabeth Warren was criticized for not directly answer the question of whether taxes would go up under your Medicare-for-all plan.

In the race for the democratic nomination, Biden, the polling is still in front of his opponent to 29 percent, followed by Sanders with 18 percent and Warren at 16 percent. Forty-two percent of the primaries, the voters also feel Biden has the best shot to be President of the Trump.

Democrats share of 43 percent and 49 percent, on the question whether their vote in the primary center on the expansion of the former President, Obama’s legacy or a new approach, respectively.


The survey was conducted from Sunday to Tuesday during telephone interviews with 1,008 registered voters nationwide.

Conducted September 15-17, 2019, under the joint leadership of the Beacon research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), of this Fox News poll is based on interviews with 1,008 randomly selected voters nationwide, spoke with a live Interviewer on both landlines and mobile phones. The survey has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.

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