Source: Public’s Assessment of Health Care System: September 1994

Which of the following three statements comes closest to expressing your overall view of the health care system in the United States: 1. On the whole, the health care system works pretty well and only minor changes are necessary to make it work better, or 2. There are some good things in our health care system, but fundamental changes are needed, or 3. Our health care system has so much wrong with it that we need to completely rebuild it.
19%  Minor changes necessary
48   Fundamental changes
31   Completely rebuild it
2    Don't know/No answer
Methodology:  Conducted by CBS News/New York Times, September 8, 1994-September 11, 1994 and based on telephone interviews with a national adult sample of 1161. Data provided by The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research, University of Connecticut.


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