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Most Trump Voters Say Nothing Would Change Their Vote, 3 in 10 Can Name a Policy Position that Would, Chart of the Week

Most Trump Voters Say Nothing Would Change Their Vote, 3 in 10 Can Name a Policy Position That Would

Most Republican voters approve of the way Donald Trump is handling his job as president, and large majorities approve of his approach on key national issues. Small shares of Trump voters (28%) can imagine a scenario in which he enacts a policy, or fails to enact a policy, that would result in them changing their vote choice.

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UnitedHealthcare Has Fastest and Largest Growing Share of Medicare Advantage Enrollees in Past Decade, Chart of the Week, Kaiser Family Foundation

UnitedHealthcare Has Largest and Fastest Growing Share of Medicare Advantage Enrollees Over Past Decade

While Medicare Advantage enrollment is highly concentrated among a small number of firms, UnitedHealthcare has seen the largest and fastest growing share of enrollees over the past decade. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.

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Nearly 4 in 10 of adults with mental illness and suicidal thoughts did not receive needed care in the past year, Chart of the Week

Nearly 4 in 10 Adults With Mental Illness Reporting Thoughts of Suicide Did Not Receive Needed Care

Nearly 4 in 10 — or 36% — of adults with mental illness reporting thoughts of suicide did not receive needed mental health care in the past year. Learn more in this Chart of the Week:

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Large majorities, across demographic groups, have favorable opinions of Medicare

Large Majorities Across Demographic Groups Favorable of Medicare

Large majorities, across party ID, age, and income, have favorable opinions of traditional Medicare in our July 2019 poll. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.

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Who pays for Medicare? Medicare is funded primarily from general revenues, payroll taxes, and beneficiary premiums. Learn how it breaks down in this Chart of the Week.

How Was Medicare Funded in 2018?

Who pays for Medicare? Learn how Medicare financing breaks down in this Chart of the Week.

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Individual Market Enrollment Dipped Slightly in 2019 after Repeal of Individual Mandate Penalty

Individual Market Enrollment Dipped Slightly in 2019 After Repeal of Individual Mandate Penalty

Overall enrollment in the individual market fell 5% to 13.7 million in the first quarter of 2019 following the repeal of the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate penalty.

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Gun Violence Makes U.S. an Outlier, Not Mental Illness

Gun Violence Makes U.S. an Outlier, Not Mental Illness

Relative to other OECD countries, U.S. is an outlier for disease burden due to gun violence, but not for mental illness.

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Women on Medicaid in 35 States & DC Have Extremely Limited Abortion Coverage Due to the Hyde Amendment

Women on Medicaid in 35 States and DC Have Extremely Limited Abortion Coverage Due to Hyde Amendment

In 35 states and DC, Medicaid programs do not pay for any abortions beyond the Hyde exceptions. Over half of women with Medicaid coverage live in states that essentially do not cover most abortions.

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Dissatisfaction With Employer Coverage Rises as Deductibles Climb

Dissatisfaction With Employer Coverage Rises As Deductibles Climb

As deductibles have increased over the past five years, those with higher deductibles are more likely to say that health insurance has gotten worse over the past five years.

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Status of 8 Legal Challenges to HHS Title X Family Planning Rule

Two federal courts have now issued nationwide preliminary injunctions against the new HHS Title X regulations for family planning clinics receiving federal funding. This Chart of the Week breaks down the status of all eight legal challenges nationwide.

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