Before the pandemic, Consumers for Quality Care (CQC) research showed that Americans were more concerned with health care costs than costs related to retirement, housing, childcare, and higher education. The pandemic put even more stress on our nation’s health care infrastructure and exposed serious flaws in the system for patients; at the center of the issue is how much Americans are paying for care.
Recent research by ALG Research and Bully Pulpit Interactive, conducted on behalf of Consumers for Quality Care, shows voters in New Jersey and across the U.S. want elected officials to get those costs down, so that they can feel confident that they have access to the quality health care they want, when they need it.
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