Wall Street Journal Best of the Web Features ScottRasmussen.com Data

The Wall Street Journal’s Best of the Web column on Friday suggested that President Trump “has what might be called a likability gap and his party needs to give voters better answers on health care.”

As an example of what those better answers might look like, James Freeman’s column highlighted our recent data showing that voters overwhelmingly favor letting each worker choose how much health insurance they are willing to pay for. Not only that, two-thirds of workers (65%) would opt for less-expensive insurance and more take home pay.

We released some additional data this weekend showing voters are evenly divided on many trade-offs involved in health care reform.

 

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