Poll: Many Americans Think Reform Did Not Do Enough
Many U.S. residents say federal health care reform did not accomplish enough, according to a new Associated Press poll. The poll -- conducted by Stanford University and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation --Â found that 30% of Americans favor the overhaul, 40% oppose it and 30% remain neutral. Four in 10 poll respondents said that the health reform did not do enough, regardless of their stance on the law. Meanwhile, one in five said that the government has no place being involved in health care.
- "AP Poll: Many Think Health Overhaul Should Do More" (Alonso-Zaldivar, AP/Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 9/26).