60% Are Willing to Risk Their Health To Vote In Person In November

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --A Sacrificing one's health to vote in the November election: 60% are willing to risk their health to vote in person, according to the latest consumer pulse survey. 63% of Americans don't think healthcare should be a political issue. Yet when asked what the most important issue is to them in the 2020 election, 50% said economy and 50% said healthcare.
60% Are Willing to Risk Their Health To Vote In Person In November
Beyond the 2020 election, the survey explored COVID-19's impact onA healthcare, health insurance, medical costs, technology, and the economic landscape.
Medical costs were a top concern for the majority of respondents:

92% think prescription drug prices in the U.S. are too high

93% think medical costs in the U.S. are too high

56% have avoided medical treatment because of cost

64% think they pay too much for health insurance

93% think prices for medical procedures should be as transparent as prices of food in the supermarket

COVID-19 also remained a prominent worry for many respondents. Two-thirds reported feeling less confident in the quality of healthcare in the United States in light of COVID-19. 1 in 4 has or knows someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Yet, testing is an issue, with one-third of respondents reporting having a hard time or knowing someone who had a hard time getting tested for COVID-19. Lastly, 63% reported being worried over the cost of COVID-19 treatment.
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