The Week in Polls: "Whatever" Is, "Like," So Annoying

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In Good Hands

Sixty-seven percent of people in a Dec. 21 Gallup poll rate their healthcare coverage as “excellent” or “good,” a drop from 72 percent who said the same this time last year — and the difference could come down to lifestyle. The polling organization found that higher-income Americans are much more likely than lower-income adults to give their healthcare higher marks.

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