69%
Yes
31%
No
46%
Yes
27%
No
9%
Yes, but allow people to use private insurance
3%
No, this system is too expensive
8%
Yes, private companies should not be able to profit off of healthcare
2%
No, the government should not be involved in healthcare
7%
Yes, this system guarantees healthcare for everyone

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 @9LNJ7GManswered…3 days3D

If you have private healthcare insurance you should be expempt but similarly you should only be able to access healthcare on NHS if you pay NI

 @9J9XNQJanswered…3mos3MO

I support a voluntary payer healthcare system. In which the government would run the affairs of such a system, but all funding of which would come from voluntary payments of the people in question. If they don't pay, they can't access treatment. If the NHS is so great, lets put it to the test.

 @9J49928answered…3mos3MO

Yes, but private hea lth care can egsist and provide private health care. However private companies can't profit off the NHS.

 @9HJ5YWLanswered…5mos5MO

Privatize the healthcare and make in mandatory for everyone in the uk to have basic health insurance.

 @9H4BWDHanswered…5mos5MO

No, however we should make the costs very low and the doctors should be trustworthy, unlike in the United States. And very low income people and the disabled should have free healthcare.

 @9GYQQXVanswered…5mos5MO

To an extent, but not in is current form. Some services should be paid for and private medical insurance should be more affordable if NI was reduced.

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