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Political Power of the Uninsured | by After Corbu
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Political Power of the Uninsured

90% of people who reported voting in the 2002 midterm elections had health insurance, and only 4% of uninsured voters can be considered 'swing.' This partly explains why reforming health care is so difficult.


Data comes from US HHS Overview of the Uninsured in the United States, KaiserEDU Public Opinion: Health Care and the 2008 Election, and Gallup 2009 Detailed Political ideology.


Posted at After Corbu in The electoral vanguard will not be uninsured.

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Taken on September 8, 2009