What if the tax breaks for employer-sponsored health benefits were to change? How would American workers feel about that?

As it turns out, 39 percent of those asked say they wouldn't change a thing, according to the 2013 Health and Voluntary Workplace Benefits Survey, a public opinion poll conducted by the Employment EBRI and Greenwald and Associates.

Of course, that means plenty of others would make some changes.

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