MADISON (WRN) - Wisconsinites are almost evenly split on the congressional plans for health care reform. 46 percent of those questioned in the latest UW-Madison Badger Poll said they’re against the proposals considered on Capitol Hill, based on what they’ve heard and read about them. 44 percent favor the changes. The difference is within the poll’s margin of error of plus or minus 4 percent. 507 Wisconsin adults were chosen at random to take part in the Badger Poll. It was conducted from October 29th through November 20th. 72 percent agreed that the nation’s health system either has major problems or is in crisis. 56 percent said health care costs are a big problem.
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