Few industries elicit less warmth than insurance, but a new survey suggests that most people who have health insurance are relatively happy with the services available through their policy. 

The poll, conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation, finds that a solid majority of insured  Americans between the ages of 18-64 believe their insurance is a decent deal. Specifically, 28 percent rate the value of their insurance as "excellent," while 33 percent rate it as "good." That's 71 percent who are at least content with the value of their care. 

A quarter of respondents rated the value of their policy as "fair," while 10 percent rated it "poor." Another 5 percent didn't know or declined to answer. 

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