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Medicare Approval – Seniors Want No Cuts, More Funding

Medicare approval is high according to a study of seniors who currently have Medicare benefits. Some 84 percent have a positive view of the program.

“What’s not to like about Medicare except the fact that it can be confusing,” States Jesse Slome, director of the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance. “Millions pay little or nothing for excellent health care coverage. Benefits pretty much grow year after year provided that elected representatives don’t mess with the program.”

The data was from a survey of 1,000 individuals conducted by YouGov.

Medicare Approval Scores High With Seniors

Nearly half (42%) view Medicare vary favorably. About one-third have a somewhat favorable view of the Medicare program.Medicare-Approval-1





Seniors Want No Cuts But Added Funding

More than half (53%) believe Medicare should be given more funding and just under a quarter (23%) believe funding should remain at the same level.




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About the Author

Jesse Slome

Jesse Slome
Medicare Insurance Expert
Director, American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance

Jesse Slome is a leading Medicare insurance expert and the founder and director of the American Association for Medicare Supplement Insurance (AAMSI). Since 1998 AAMSI has served to educate consumers and support insurance professionals who offer Medicare insurance plans.