Medicare for all sign Health care is becoming a defining issue of the Democratic primary for president, with a number of candidates embracing Medicare for All. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Americans are increasingly receptive to talk of Medicare for All or single-payer health care. But the great majority do not want to say goodbye to private health plans.

A new survey of 1,001 registered voters by Hill-HarrisX finds 71 percent believe the government should guarantee universal coverage, while 15 percent say the government should be removed from health care entirely and 14 percent say they support the status quo.

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