Sunday, 21 June 2009

Obama wins health care debate, 72-20

The national telephone survey, which was conducted from June 12 to 16, found that 72 percent of those questioned supported a government-administered insurance plan — something like Medicare for those under 65 — that would compete for customers with private insurers. Twenty percent said they were opposed.

...So not only do the American people want reform, they want government-run reform. By a margin of 52 freakin' points.

**UPDATE** -- Want further proof that the Rasmussen pollsters are a bunch of GOP hacks?

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