Voter Support for Short Term Insurance Plans


Foundation for Government Accountability

The FGA asked whether voters support allowing short-term health plans to be sold for up to one year, increasing them from the current 3-month maximum. Voters overwhelmingly support this reform—by a 42-point margin. While Democrats are more skeptical, a solid majority (52%) support the idea. Independents strongly support it as well. We next asked whether voters support allowing consumers to renew these short-term plans for up to three years. Support remained strong—and similar to—the first question across party ID. Read More…