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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

Yes, private companies should not be able to profit off of healthcare

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@94267X2 from Colorado answered…4mos

Maybe at the state level if private health Insurance is still allowed

@93VVP97 from New York answered…5mos

@8QYJ7B5 from Illinois answered…6mos

@8TMFV7P from Georgia answered…6mos

Yes, but also open the market so private insurance can compete across state lines

@92S34SB from California answered…7mos

No, I support this concept, however it would only work in countries that are much smaller compared with America such as Canada, Britain, and a few others and keep in mind, if there is a single payer healthcare system, there will be a waitlist and the quality of healthcare will be removed. Singe payer healthcare systems are a good idea in small countries, but unrealistic in America since the country is too big to support everyone without any extreme compromises that sacrifice quality.

@8QQ5NLZ from Indiana answered…7mos

 @michaelconnely from Nebraska answered…7mos

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…8mos

No, I am all for universal healthcare, but I'd prefer a two-tier system that allows both private (highly regulated) and public healthcare (with more government funding) to ensure quality of care and services, along with government step-in to control the prices of drugs.

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…8mos

No, I support universal healthcare for all citizens, but I'd prefer a two-tier system that allows both private (but highly regulated) and public healthcare (with more government funding) to ensure quality of care and services, along with government step-in to control the prices of drugs.

 Deleted answered…9mos

No, I support universal healthcare for all citizens, but I would prefer a two-tier system that allows both private (but regulated) and public healthcare (with a right amount of government funding) to ensure high-quality care and services, so people can make a choice for which they would prefer.

@8ZVRJ7S from Indiana answered…9mos

Yes, if it is not centralized but a decentralized model like Scotland or Sweden.

@8ZTRX22 from North Carolina answered…9mos

No, but not completely because I think thier should be a government chaos fund which would pay for severe conditions (cancer).

 Deleted answered…9mos

No, I support universal healthcare for all citizens, but I would prefer a multi-payer system that allows both private and public healthcare (with a right amount of government funding) in order to provide better care and services, so people can make a choice for which they would prefer.

@ThomasJ476 from Georgia answered…9mos

 Deleted answered…9mos

No, I support universal healthcare for everyone but I would prefer a two-tier/multi-payer system instead.

 @8XVVHDP from New York answered…10mos

@8Z6D7QZ from West Virginia answered…10mos

No, while governmental healthcare should still be available citizens should have a choice in their healthcare provider.

@6VFYRRC from Virginia answered…10mos

@5GHSCDS from Minnesota answered…10mos

@ThomasJj88 from Georgia answered…10mos

Yes, free healthcare for all citizens while also allowing the option of private care.

 Deleted answered…10mos

Yes, basic healthcare for all citizens but allow private care to be available for those who want to pay extra.

@7THPXS9 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

No, though I would support a federally supported healthcare act allowing for annual PCP visits to all citizens.

@4P355J9 answered…10mos

No, but businesses should not provide health insurance for their employees. It should be a direct market with consumers, who can select a public or private option with the company of their choice.

 Deleted answered…10mos

Yes, this system guarantees healthcare for everyone

No, I support universal healthcare but I prefer a multi-payer system (a mix of private and publicly-funded healthcare).

 Deleted answered…11mos

Basic healthcare for all citizens while also having private care an option for those who want to pay.

@6VWJ8PP from Wisconsin answered…11mos

@87V5TYY from Connecticut answered…11mos

@87V5TYY from Connecticut answered…11mos

@88NZKDZ from New York answered…12mos

Yes, private companies shouldn't be able to profit off of healthcare, but it should be a syndicated consumer cooperative system where people vote on a basic plan and personalize it as they want to (whicn can include paying more for better benefits)

@8Y2TFS5 from Florida answered…12mos

No, Obamacare should be fixed because it has already shown to have great potential.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, there should be a mix of private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can choose which system they want. Otherwise, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

@thomasjj0 from Georgia answered…12mos

Basic healthcare for all but allow private care for those who want to pay extra.

@AaronAmede from Maine answered…12mos

I support a healthcare system that is accessible to every citizen of the United States.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, we should have a mix of private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can choose which system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, we should have a mix of private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can choose which type of system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

 Deleted answered…12mos

No, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can choose which type of system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

@8XNVQ8R from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, but people/citizens should have to option to decline the single-payer healthcare system

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No, I support universal healthcare for everyone but not single-payer. Instead, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can choose which system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, I support universal healthcare for everyone but not single-payer. Instead, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can chose which system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, I support universal healthcare for everyone but not single-payer system. Instead, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors, so people can chose which system they want. Furthermore, we should also decrease costs of healthcare and help provide for those who are low-income and the medically needy.

@87V5TYY from Connecticut answered…1yr

No, but the government should take a more active interest in the health and fitness of its citizens

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, I support universal healthcare but not single-payer. Instead, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, I support universal healthcare but not single-payer. Instead of implementing a single-payer system, we should have a private system that coexists within a public system to ensure quality of care and incentives for doctors.

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