Support for Medicare for All Plunges to 21% when Students Realize it Won’t be Free

Money Students at universities, polled by CampusReform, when asked if they'd support Medicare for all, voted in favor of the plan at a whopping 75%. When told their taxes would go up to pay for it, that support dropped markedly to only 21% of students.

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Students at universities, polled by CampusReform, when asked if they’d support Medicare for all, voted in favor of the plan at a whopping 75%. When told their taxes would go up to pay for it, that support dropped markedly to only 21% of students.

Yes, students were shocked that it would not be a free ride. Much like family leave, climate change plans, and the ever-popular college tuition forgiveness, none of these plans would be free. We wrote about Elizabeth Warren’s school plan not too long ago, and the cost to the general public was simply staggering.

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