A  poll released this week by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that Americans don’t support Medicare for All proposals once they know what’s in them, and they want Congress to focus on protecting and improving upon what works in America’s health care system: 

CNN: “Despite all the hype surrounding Medicare-for-all, Americans want lawmakers to focus on other health care issues…. Just over 1 in 10 respondents want lawmakers to implement Medicare-for-all…”

INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY: “And when the public learns what ‘Medicare for all’ actually means, support vanishes.

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: “Indeed, the poll found that many people are still unaware of some of the basic implications of a national health plan.”  

Click here to read more about the Kaiser Family Foundation’s poll findings on their website.