Medicare for All is unpopular in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, according to a new poll from left-leaning think tank Third Way. According to the results of the poll, Medicare for All garners well under 50% support in each of these three states, including only 40% support in Pennsylvania, 41% support in Michigan, and 47% support in Wisconsin.
According to reporting by The Hill, “The Third Way poll also found that voters think Medicare for All will raise middle-class taxes.”
One Nation has led the charge against Medicare for All on air, launching the first, multimillion-dollar wave of a national advertising effort to educate voters about the pitfalls of a Medicare for All system last summer. The organization announced a second, $4 million national advertising blitz in late summer.
“Medicare for All is now a toxic policy position for a majority of Americans in key states as they learn about the negative effects it will have on their health care. One Nation is committed to opposing Medicare for All in all its forms – including half-measures like a ‘public option’ that are merely a Trojan horse for a total government takeover of health care.” -One Nation Communications Director Jack Pandol