Only 42% Want Federal Government to Address Health Care Reform — Rasmussen

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 42% of voters believe the federal government should be addressing health care reform while 23% prefer reforms at the state government level. However, 17% would like to see both the state and federal government get into the act.
Just 15% don’t want either the federal or state governments addressing health care reform.
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Forty-two percent (42%) of Republicans want health care reform addressed at the state level while 26% don’t want it addressed at all.
Among Democrats, 63% say they want health care handled on the federal level, and another 18% want both the federal and state governments involved.
Among those not affiliated with either major party, 43% prefer the federal government in charge, while 23% say both federal and state.

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