Gallup: Americans’ Ratings of Healthcare Coverage

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  • Less than half now rate U.S. healthcare quality as excellent or good
  • Americans’ 72% positive rating of own healthcare quality also a new low
  • Evaluations of U.S. healthcare coverage, cost are more subdued but steady
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By Gallup, Lydia Saad

(January 19, 2023) WASHINGTON, D.C. — For the first time in Gallup’s two-decade trend, less than half of Americans are complimentary about the quality of U.S. healthcare, with 48% rating it “excellent” or “good.” The slight majority now rate healthcare quality as subpar, including 31% saying it is “only fair” and 21% — a new high — calling it “poor.”



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