Two in Three (64%) Canadians Think its Feasible that Provincial Health Spending Could Escalate to 70-80% of Budgets Within Next Twenty Years

To Contain Costs, Majority (64%) Would be Willing to Allow People to Purchase Private Insurance to Receive Treatment in Private Facilities Outside of Government System

Sunday, June 06, 2010

Toronto, ON – A new Ipsos Reid poll commissioned for the Munk Debates has found that two in three (64%) Canadians believe that a situation whereby provincial government health spending would account for 70% to 80% of provincial budgets is ‘real and could occur’. Conversely, one in three (36%) believe that studies...

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Two in Three (64%) Canadians Think its Feasible that Provincial Health Spending Could Escalate to 70-80% of Budgets Within Next Twenty Years

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