source: http://newsmax.com Su.6Sep09
Nearly 7 in 10 adults polled by CBS News say they are confused about how healthcare reforms would work.
Sixty percent of those surveyed said President Barack Obama has not explained his healthcare plans clearly, and 67 percent said they found the reform proposals confusing.
Only 36 percent of respondents believe that the government would do a better job of providing healthcare insurance than would private insurers.
Confusion over healthcare reform could explain why Americans are not eager to see it become law. When respondents in a Rasmussen Reports poll were asked if they would prefer passage of the healthcare bill now in the House or nothing at all this year, 54 percent chose nothing at all. Only 35 percent supported the bill, and 11 percent were unsure.
Rasmussen also found that among those Americans who already have healthcare insurance, only 43 percent believe the claim that they will be able to keep their current insurance plan after the proposed law is enacted.