Always consider the source. It's one of the first rules you learn in journalism school.

Now I'm thinking about adding another: Surveys aren't worth the paper they're printed on. (Or in the case of McKinsey and Co.'s, what it's NOT printed on.)

It all started about two weeks ago when McKinsey published the results of a survey they conducted – covertly, apparently – with several hundred employers who expressed concerns about their ability to continue offering health insurance coverage for their employees once the federal mandate kicks in.

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