Attitudes about the impact of the U.S. healthcare reform law 2012

U.S. adults' attitudes about the impact of the healthcare reform law in 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 30, 2012
Attitudes about the impact of the U.S. healthcare reform law 2012 This statistic represents U.S. adults' attitudes about the impact of the healthcare reform law in the United States, as at July 2012. Some 39 percent of the respondents thought that the impact on healthcare of the healthcare reform law will be negative, while 26 percent of the U.S. respondents reported the opposite.
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U.S. adults' attitudes about the impact of the healthcare reform law in 2012

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