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More Than 80% of Voters Support Adding Dental Benefits to Medicare

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New data from a Politico poll suggests that a large majority of voters are hopeful for Medicare dental, vision, and hearing benefits, regardless of whether they identify as Democrat or Republican.  That information is just one part of an effort to determine favor and opposition to a number of recent policy pushes in the United States.  Voters were also polled on whether they wanted to lower the Medicare eligibility age to 60, for example, and whether they wanted to make premium subsidies for Obamacare health plans permanent.  In some cases, the data was surprising.

In Minnesota, recent legislative efforts are aimed at supporting dental health across the state.

Learn more about the poll by clicking on the graphic below.

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