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U.S. consumers who dislike their new health coverage may have more money and fewer health problems than consumers who like their new coverage. Researchers at the Commonwealth Fund have published data raising that possibility in a summary of results from a recent telephone survey of 4,425 U.S. adults ages 19 to 64 conducted from April 9 through June 2, 2014. The researchers compared those results with results from an earlier telephone survey of 6,132 U.S. adults ages 19 to 64 conducted from July 15, 2013, to Sept. 8, 2013.

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