A survey conducted by AARP finds an overwhelming number of Idahoans are ready for a change when it comes to health insurance. About 80 percent say they are in favor of a state health insurance exchange.

According to the survey, 77 percent of people who identify themselves as Republicans, and 78 percent of self-described Democrats, favor an exchange.

Thirteen percent of those surveyed said they do not have health insurance—mainly because premiums were too expensive.

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