Thursday, August 13, 2009

A 50-50 split on health care reform


According to a recent CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll, a majority of Americans over the age of 50 oppose health care reform while a majority of those under 50 support it.

I guess that stands to reason. Older folks are more vulnerable, more set in their ways, opposed to any changes, and are more likely to be facing end-of-life questions. For some reason, they are convinced that health care reform will limit their access to health care, even though, in reality, it will expand it.

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