Survey Series V4: 2011 American Health Care Survey
February 2, 2011 4 Comments
With Republicans in the house trying to repeal the Healthcare Reform Bill passed in 2010 and Democrats vowing to keep it in place, American political leaders have a long stressful fight ahead of them.
With healthcare being such a hot button issue, we at SurveyTool decided to do our next survey series post on healthcare in the Unites States. We sampled 1064 online users to see what they thought about the current state on healthcare in American and how it will affect them in the future.
Some interesting statistics we received from our survey follow:
- 24% of respondents do not have health insurance
- 60% of respondents say that healthcare is a big concern when switching jobs
- 46% say they cannot get healthcare they need at a price they can afford.
- 40% say their healthcare costs increased in the last year.
- 40% say the healthcare bill that was passed in 2010 should be repealed
- 60% say they have not read the healthcare bill passed in 2010
- 59% of people that own businesses think their business costs will go up because of the new healthcare law.
You can see all of the results and graphs from this survey here.
Tell us what you think of this study in the comments section. We will have the professional team that crafted this survey answering any questions you may have through the comments section on this blog.
Read our other studies we have in our Survey Series section here