Days before the 2018 midterms, 68% of voters say that health care is very or extremely important to how they plan to vote in this year’s elections, according to a new Cato 2018 Health Care Survey of 2,498 Americans. The survey also finds that public support for pre-existing condition regulation drops from 65% in favor to less than half once trade-offs and costs are considered, which goes against the widespread perception among the political punditry that pre-existing condition regulations are necessarily and universally supported by voters across the political spectrum.
- “Is Obamacare Now Truly Optional?,” Podcast with Michael F. Cannon and Caleb O. Brown
- “Obamacare Is Now Optional,” by Michael F. Cannon
- “Short-Term Plans Would Increase Coverage, Protect Conscience Rights & Improve ObamaCare Risk Pools,” by Michael F. Cannon