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68%
of adults favor a public option, in which a government-administered plan would compete with private health insurance and be available to all Americans.
48%
of the public favor both a Medicare-for-all and a public option. Few (6%) say they favor Medicare-for-all but oppose a public option.
56%
of adults favor a national Medicare-for-all plan, while 41% are opposed. Since July support for Medicare-for-all has remained relatively steady.
83%
of Americans think taxes for most people would increase under a Medicare-for-all plan. 81% think taxes for most people would increase under a public option.
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