California Voters Worry More About The Cost Of Health Care Than Whether They’re Insured

When it comes to concerns over health care issues, California voters do worry about not having health insurance — but not as much as they worry about the rising cost of health care.

According to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll, nearly two-thirds of voters polled say they “worry very much” about rising health care costs, followed by 56 percent of voters admitting they “worry very much” about not having health insurance. Forty-nine percent “worry very much” about the cost of prescription drugs, while 40 percent feel the same level of concern over the quality of health care.

The poll questioned 1,500 registered California voters from May 19-31. To read more about the poll’s findings, click here.