A new survey released Thursday found that a majority of voters in eight states are in favor of Medicaid expansion, though support was divided among party lines. In every state surveyed, overwhelming majorities of Democrats favored Medicaid expansion. And in every state, Republican support fell under half.
A new survey released Thursday found that a majority of voters in eight states are in favor of Medicaid expansion, though support was divided among party lines. In every state surveyed, overwhelming majorities of Democrats favored Medicaid expansion. And in every state, Republican support fell under half.
A new survey released Thursday found that a majority of voters in eight states are in favor of Medicaid expansion, though support was divided among party lines. In every state surveyed, overwhelming majorities of Democrats favored Medicaid expansion. And in every state, Republican support fell under half.

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April 06, 2017 06:00 AM

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