Mississippi Registered Voters 50+ Consider Medicaid Expansion Important

A recent survey of Mississippi registered voters age 50 and older found that one-third believe it is extremely or very likely that they, or someone they know, may lose health care coverage due to cost or job loss, and another fifth believe it is somewhat likely. Mississippi voters age 50 and over overwhelmingly consider Medicaid important to themselves and their fellow residents and express strong support for expanding access to those who earn less than $18,000 per year.
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