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By Rose Hoban
Voters of every stripe believe the state should expand the Medicaid program to include those who are currently too poor to have insurance. That’s according to results of a survey from Public Policy Polling released on Tuesday.
In a survey of more than 2,000 registered voters, clear majorities of men, women, Democrats, Republicans and Independents said they supported the legislature and Gov. Pat McCrory fixing “the coverage gap by creating a special North Carolina plan in partnership with the Federal government.”