Anyone have any opinion polls on M4A that state that you’ll lose your private insurance but you wont have a deductible or premium as well in the poll?

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Basically title. I've heard the argument that the strong M4A polling suggesting popular support for the policy isn't accurate because it dramatically goes down when people are told it would come at the cost of their private health insurance. I disagree with that framing because its not "fair" to ask a question in a way that provides only the perspective of the dissenters to the policy and not the perspective of the supporters as well.

But even with that in mind, when both perspectives are offered in some polls I have seen, the results still suggest that M4A is popular. Issue is that I only remember seeing them and don't have them on hand or on my memory or something. They're also kind of old-ish and remember them from like 2019 or 2018.

Any of y'all have them on hand or can point me to the right subreddit that would more be able to give me what I am asking for?

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I got harassed at my polling station yesterday by a poll worker (RI)

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Hey everyone, I wasn’t really sure where to post this but I really felt like I needed to share. Yesterday I got off work and drove to my polling place to vote in my states presidential primary election.

I pull into the school and go into the auditorium, get my ballot and fill it out. I guess I didn’t fill in one of the circles completely enough because it gave me an error when I tried to feed my ballot into the reader. I pulled my ballot out and a poll worker came over to look at it and tell me to fill in my circle more. Fine whatever that’s all I need.

While this is happening he sees that I voted for Bernie and he goes “Why did you vote for him?!” And I ignored it, because what the hell? Poll workers aren’t supposed to ask you that. Then he goes “Huh? You know he isn’t even running right? Your votes will just go to the next person.” I turned to him and went “I can’t in good conscience vote for anyone else” feed my ballot in and walked away. He kept trying to say something about how the ballots had already been made before he dropped out and that’s why he’s still on there.

It just left a bad taste in my mouth. The actual voting process went smoothly and everything, other than my own problem apparently filling in circles completely. But this interaction just seemed wrong to me.

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Bernie Sanders on Twitter: “Liar in Chief: According to a new report, Trump has made 19,127 false or misleading claims since taking office. A new poll finds only 35% of Americans believe he is honest. In a democracy we can have different views, but not a president who is a pathological liar.”

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Bernie Sanders on Twitter: “Liar in Chief: According to a new report, Trump has made 19,127 false or misleading claims since taking office. A new poll finds only 35% of Americans believe he is honest. In a democracy we can have different views, but not a president who is a pathological liar.” submitted by /u/Formal-Dingo
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Senator Markey is a long-time and consistent progressive. He wrote the Green New Deal with AOC. He was an original co-sponsor of Medicare For All.

Despite these pro-working family values, a member of the Kennedy clan is trying to primary him. Joe Kennedy would not back the Green New Deal or Medicare For All – he would act as a blocker on America's progress.

In the spirit of Not me, Us! we now ask:

Should r/SandersForPresident endorse Ed Markey in the 2020 Massachusetts race for U.S. Senator?

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POLL: Should r/SandersForPresident endorse Lt. Gov. David Zuckerman of Vermont?

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Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman is running to unseat Vermont's Republican Governor, Phil Scott this fall.

Long time ally of fellow Vermonter, Bernie Sanders, Lt. Gov. Zuckerman is a supporter of many progressive policies, including: universal after-school and pre-k programs; free in-state college tuition; Medicare for All, including a possible multi-state coalition universal healthcare program; and hastening our move toward renewable and sustainable sources of energy. He was also as supporter of several bills that were vetoed by Governor Scott, including a bill to raise the minimum wage and a paid family leave bill.

Just today Lt. Gov. Zuckerman was endorsed by The Vermont Labor Council of the AFL-CIO. Should r/SandersForPresident join them by endorsing David Zuckerman in the 2020 Vermont race for Governor?

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POLL: Should r/SandersForPresident endorse Cori Bush for Congress?

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Cori Bush is a registered nurse, mother, pastor and Ferguson activist running for US Congress to represent Missouri's 1st District. Ms. Bush is running on a progressive platform that includes passing Medicare for All, free college tuition for community colleges and state universities, and affordable housing for all. In March, Ms. Bush joined us for an AMA, where she answered questions from subscribers of this community. Check it out if you'd like to learn more about her!

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POLL: Should r/SandersForPresident make Shahid Buttar the first congressional candidate we endorse?

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Bernie Sanders has suspended his campaign, but as he said: The struggle continues. The r/SandersForPresident community is continuing the struggle by advocating for candidates and causes. Shahid Buttar is the first candidate we are considering endorsing.

Mr. Buttar is the Director of Grassroots Advocacy for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a key digital rights advocacy group, and is in a November run-off against Nancy Pelosi for California's District 12 congressional seat. He has taken many bold progressive stances and proven adept at both fundraising and campaigning. He did an AMA with us this past weekend

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