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Americans' level of satisfaction with Social Security and Medicare is a modest 45%, but these programs are still among the more positively viewed aspects of the country today.
A majority of U.S. adults continue to think the federal government should ensure universal healthcare coverage, while they also prefer that the U.S. healthcare system be based on private insurance rather than government-run.
Americans' reports of delaying medical treatment due to its cost rose 12 points in 2022 to 38%, a new high in Gallup's 22-year trend.
An estimated 18 million Americans are "cost desperate," and most of them lack confidence that they will be able to pay for healthcare as they age.
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Nearly one-in-five American adults report that if they needed quality healthcare today, they would be unable to access it due to the cost.
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Although 61% of Americans believe the U.S. healthcare system has major problems or is in a state of crisis, the percentage holding that view is the lowest it's been since 2001.
By a 52% to 39% margin, a majority of Americans support Joe Biden over Donald Trump to lead the U.S. healthcare system most efficiently amid COVID-19.