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

Historical Results

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from UK users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9M9VB59answered…1wk1W

Healthcare should be given free, unless caused by a person's own actions I.e. alcoholism, drugs, obesity

 @9M5GTJBanswered…2wks2W

No, but hospitals should fine people in A&E whom are sign posed to Dr's Surgery, Minor Injuries or Pharmacy that were not needing emergency care.

 @9LWC3Q9answered…3wks3W

Depending on income, individuals should contribute to the medical bill. In Japan children and elderly are free but people of working age pay 30%. Low incomes are exempt.

 @9LNJ7GManswered…4wks4W

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

 @99BMB2Janswered…1yr1Y