Italy: regional councilors' opinion on health care spending 2005-2017

This statistic depicts the results of a survey on public health care spending in Italy in 2005 and 2017. According to data, the share of respondents who believed that health care was the most important area of public spending decreased from 88.8 percent in 2005 to 78.5 percent in 2017. By contrast, in 2017 about two in ten Italians thought that, rather than an investment, health care was mainly a cost, subtracting resources from the public budget.

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Release date

May 2018



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