Poll: Voters are angry about prescription drug costs

For over 30 years we have been conducting health-care surveys from separate national polling firms associated with different political parties. In all those years, our surveys have never found the intensity of frustration with health-care costs higher, particularly on prescription drug prices. Most recently, a new poll we conducted together on a bipartisan basis re-affirms overwhelming voter anger about prescription drug costs, with over 9 in 10 voters saying it is important that Congress take action to reduce prescription drug prices in this session of Congress.

Most notably, our poll documents broad demand across the political spectrum for aggressive policy interventions, even when pressure-tested against the most likely counter-arguments that will be made by opponents.

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