Despite health reform, fewer Americans are confidentemployer-based health coverage will be available for them in thefuture.

According to the 2010 Health Confidence Survey (HCS) from theEmployee Benefits ResearchInstitute, 52 percent of individuals with employment-basedcoverage reported that they were extremely or very confident thattheir (or their spouse's) employer or union would continue to offerhealth insurance. That's down from 59 percent in 2009.

EBRI says the decline may be due to passage of health reform,the continuing weak economy, or both.

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