- Oct 27, 2017
Yep it depends on how it's asked or explained.That depends greatly on what you're actually describing and the details of M4A
Last week, I noted that Bernie Sanders is winning over Democratic primary voters on health care. Whether you love, hate or are indifferent toward his “Medicare …fivethirtyeight.com
And nothing is "bipartisan", the moment something comes out of a Democrats mouth it's DOA for the right and the moment you tell your average GOP white voter people of color will likely "get more" out of this than they will, they will vote against it.
Though the dividing line between Democratic presidential candidates on “Medicare for All” concerns the elimination of the private insurance market, new Morning Consult data suggests that anxiety among voters may be misplaced fear about losing their providers rather than their private plans.