Workers are pretty happy with their own health plan, but when the story turns to the overall health care system, feelings change.

According to a survey by the nonpartisan Employee Benefit Research Institute and Greenwald & Associates, about half (51 percent) of those with coverage say they are “extremely” or “very satisfied.” Another 37 percent said they’re “somewhat satisfied” with their health plan, while 10 percent said they aren’t too (8 percent) or not at all (2 percent) satisfied.

But satisfaction among workers drops for the health care system as a whole.

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