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Americans Prefer U.S. Health Care

Newt Gingrich’s Center for Health Transformation polled Americans about their attitude towards medical care.  There was little belief in a crisis or enthusiasm for nationalizing care. 

Consider question number two:

2.  If you or your family were to face a major medical problem, such as heart-related issues, cancer, or some other potentially serious illness, and you could go anywhere in the world to seek treatment, based on the current healthcare systems as you know them, in which country would you first seek medical care?  

United States: 79% Canada: 5% Germany: 3% England: 3% Japan: 0% Some other country: 5% No opinion: 5%

Health reform, yes.  Obamaesque health reform, no.

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