Latest Medicare Confidence Survey Results

June 24, 2010

We just put a press release on the wire with the results of our latest Medicare Confidence survey. We plan to survey our retiree panel about this issue on a regular basis. The first survey went out around the time the health care reform bill passed. 90 days later, retiree confidence in Medicare being available during their own lifetimes has increased a bit, but they remain concerned about Medicare for future generations.We just put a press release on the wire with the results of our latest Medicare Confidence survey. We plan to survey our retiree panel about this issue on a regular basis. The first survey went out around the time the health care reform bill passed. 90 days later, retiree confidence in Medicare being available during their own lifetimes has increased a bit, but they remain concerned about Medicare for future generations.

The question and detailed results from the June 2010 survey, which was conduced from June 15-18, are as follows:

How confident are you that Medicare will be available for the rest of your life? Your children’s lives?

Confidence level         Self         Children
Very confident         19 %         3 %
Somewhat confident         45 %         20 %
Unsure         11 %         14 %
Not confident         24 %         61 %
Don’t care         1 %         2 %
                     

The results of the March 2010 survey, which was conduced from March 15-16, were as follows:

How confident are you that Medicare will be available for the rest of your life? Your children’s lives?

Confidence level         Self         Children
Very confident         16 %         4 %
Somewhat confident         43 %         16 %
Unsure         9 %         17 %
Not confident         32 %         62 %
Don’t care                   1 %

One Response to “Latest Medicare Confidence Survey Results”

  1. health said

    Thanks admin very nice about health issues is always an issue for all health care is through

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