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Poll: Voters like guv’s ‘Healthy Utah Plan’
Poll » Majority of state’s voters support Herbert’s private market alternative to expanding Medicaid.


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The poll, a random sample of registered Utah voters, set a county quota to ensure that every county was represented. Data were statistically adjusted to reflect likely voters in 2014.

But results from the raw, unweighted data were "qualitatively similar," said Jay Goodliffe, another analyst at Notalys and political science professor at BYU.

At a glance

Survey highlights

71% » Believe it’s appropriate for the state to accept federal assistance in health care.

83% » Believe “all legal Utah residents should have access to affordable health insurance.”

54% » Would be more likely to support candidates who back Herbert’s Healthy Utah plan.

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