Reporting on a poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation that finds support for a Medicare-for-all plan drops when people are told that such a system could result in delays getting health care and in higher taxes, cites research from UMass Amherst’s Political Economy Research Institute (PERI).

Reporting on a poll conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation that finds support for a Medicare-for-all plan drops when people are told that such a system could result in delays getting health care and in higher taxes, cites research from UMass Amherst’s Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) that Medicare-for-all would cost the government about $1.1 trillion in its first year, far less than the $25-35 trillion over 10 years cited in other studies. (Associated Press, 1/123/19)