SAN ANTONIO, Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- A new poll suggests that
Americans may be ready to consider a universal healthcare plan. According
to results from the "Getting Paid In America" survey, forty-six percent of
American employees are in a favor of a universal healthcare system for the
"More than 20,000 of the 45,180 workers polled in our 'Getting Paid In
America' survey indicated they're for a universal healthcare system in
America," said Dan Maddux, executive director of the American Payroll
Association, the survey's publisher. "The remaining 24,000 responses were
split with 28 percent against the idea and 26 percent uncertain."
The survey results also showed very strong opinions about how a
universal healthcare plan should be funded. Of those indicating they're for
a universal healthcare plan in the survey, 81 percent think the plan should
be funded by a combination of tax dollars and employers.
The online "Getting Paid In America" survey asked: "Are you for or
against a universal healthcare system for the United States?" Forty-six
percent indicated they're for a universal healthcare plan, while 28 percent
surveyed are against it. Twenty-six percent selected "Don't know."
The "Getting Paid In America" survey was held in conjunction with the
American Payroll Association's annual public awareness campaign, National
Payroll Week (NPW), held annually the week of Labor Day. More than 45,000
employees responded to the survey, providing insight into how workers are
paid in America. For complete results, visit
San Antonio -- New York -- Washington, D.C. -- Las Vegas
Established in 1982, the American Payroll Association (APA) is the
nation's leader in payroll education, publications, and training. The
nonprofit association conducts more than 300 payroll training conferences
and seminars across the country each year and publishes a complete library
of resource texts and newsletters. Every year, nearly 20,000 professionals
attend APA training sessions. Representing more than 23,500 members, APA is
the industry's highly respected and collective voice in Washington, D.C
Visit APA online at http://www.americanpayroll.org.
SOURCE American Payroll Association