Poll: 14% of U.S. Residents Cite the Cost of Health Care as the Most Important Financial Issue They Face
Fourteen percent of U.S. residents cited health care costs as the most important financial issue they face, according to a Gallup poll published Wednesday. Gallup noted that this was the first time such costs were cited among individuals' top financial concerns since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010.
- "Poll: Health Care Costs, Lack of Money Are Top Financial Problems" (Shabad, The Hill, 1/21).