10 Percent
That’s the increase in premiums Americans could expect to pay under the public option.

The New York Times

Double
That’s the amount Americans would have to pay in higher income taxes in order to pay for Medicare for all.

Committee For A Responsible Federal Budget

$32 Trillion
The price tag of some proposals that threaten to impose a one-size-fits-all new government health insurance system on American families.

Mercatus Center & Urban Institute

68 percent
the percentage of voters who would rather build on what’s working than replace it with something new.

Locust Street Group | Partnership for America’s Health Care Future

55 Percent
the percentage of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents who would prefer 2020 presidential candidates focus on building the Affordable Care Act.
60 Million
the number of Americans who could lose their current hospital under a government-controlled system like the public option.

Navigant Health

-44 Percentage Points
how low net support for Medicare for All drops once Americans learn more details about how it would work.

Kaiser Family Foundation

180 Million
That’s the number of Americans with employment-based health insurance who would have their coverage upended under Medicare for All.

The Census Bureau

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