American Voters Have a Simple Health-Care Message for 2020: Just Fix It!


By Stephanie Armour

The Wall Street Journal, June 2, 2019

Americans cited health care as the top issue for the federal government to address, ahead of the economy, immigration, national security and other issues in a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News survey. The financial burden of health care was of particular concern for American families, according to a new Gallup poll released last week, trumping worries linked to wages, college expenses, housing and taxes. As such, health reform presents an opportunity for both major parties heading into the 2020 presidential election. The state of health coverage is the one issue for which a big chunk of the polarized electorate could become amenable to whomever they see as offering the best prospect of a permanent solution, irrespective of political party. Click here to read more.