Stethoscope on dollars More than a quarter of households with annual incomes below $48,000 (28%) reported going without prescribed medications in recent months.

A new survey from Gallup and West Health finds stress over health care at an all-time high among consumers in the U.S. The report outlines concerns about affordability, access, and inequities—issues that have been raised before but are even more pressing after nearly two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey polled 6,600 U.S. adults, seeking a comprehensive overview of opinions on health care.

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