Twenty-eight percent (28%) of Florida voters rate the U.S. health care system as good or excellent. A ScottRasmussen.com public opinion survey found that 33% rate that system as poor.
Thirty-seven percent (37%) of men give the system such good reviews, but only 19% of women agree (see crosstab results).
Overall, those assessments are a bit more pessimistic than the national average.
Sixty-one percent (61%) of Florida voters like the idea of a single-payer national health insurance plan where the federal government provides health insurance for everyone. However, they don’t want to be forced into it. Eighty-six percent (86%) of Florida voters believe every American should have the option of buying insurance from a private company.
Only 14% believe private insurance companies should be banned, similar to the national average of 17%.
Data released earlier showed the 43% of Florida voters approve of the way President Trump is handling his job. And Floridians are a bit more upbeat about the economy than other Americans.
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This survey of 1,001 Florida registered voters was conducted January 30- February 1, 2019 by ScottRasmussen.com and HarrisX, a polling company specializing in online surveys (see Methodology). It has a +/- 3.1 percentage point Margin of Error with a 95% level of confidence.
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