What Are Americans’ Most Urgent Health Problems?

Gallup: “Americans continue to name the cost of (22%) and access to (20%) healthcare as the most urgent health problems facing the U.S. Obesity and cancer are next on the list, cited by 15% and 14%, respectively. No other issue receives more than 2% of mentions from Americans.”

Trend: Cost and Access Remain Most Commonly Named as Urgent Health Problems

“The percentages mentioning both cost and access are down from the later years of George W. Bush’s administration, even though they remain the top overall issues.”

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