What Do Women Think About Health Care?

October 28, 2009 | NeW Staff

Congress has been enraptured in the health care debate during the last few months.  Much of America has been as well–arguing about the problems, the potential proposals, and what we should do or not do.

But what do women think about health care?  Kellyanne Conway, President of The Polling Company, recently polled 800 registered female voters about their own views on health care. Specifically, she sought to find what women thought about health care through their own “economic lens.” Her findings were somewhat different than we might predict.  Read the full report for greater details and explanation on what women really want when it comes to their health and the nation’s.

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