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Voters Rank Health Care Provisions as Top Priority in New Nationwide Poll

New polling from Data for Progress and Invest in America released yesterday shows voters strongly support Democrats’ investment package to lower costs for the American people. Across parties, 75 percent of voters support the package, compared to just 17 percent who oppose. Among all of the provisions being considered by Congress, health care ranks voters’ top five priorities. These results add to a string of recent polls confirming that voters want Congress to deliver lower health care costs, specifically by giving Medicare the power to negotiate lower drug prices, capping insulin costs, lowering premiums for families purchasing coverage on their own, and improving care for seniors and people with disabilities. 

More from Data for Progress here.