Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s health plan continues to hold a lead over the plan put forth by Republican John McCain in a survey being conducted at DiagnosticImaging.com.
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama's health plan continues to hold a lead over the plan put forth by Republican John McCain in a survey being conducted at DiagnosticImaging.com. As of Oct. 20, the survey had received 231 votes. Obama's plan was favored by 45% and McCain's by 40%. Another 6% favored a different plan, 6% favored no plan, and 3% were undecided. The survey was posted on Oct. 7 and is scheduled to run until the Nov. 4 election. The poll is an unscientific snapshot of site visitor opinion. Though prone to sampling bias, it is structured to prevent multiple votes from individual sources. Final results will be reported at DiagnosticImaging.com. A similar survey is appearing at CancerNetwork.com, a site run by two oncology publications under the same corporate banner as Diagnostic Imaging. A separate web poll being run by Epocrates found slightly higher support for the Obama plan, 47% to McCain's 30%, with 23% of respondents answering neither. As of Oct. 20, 1179 respondents had voted. That poll started Oct. 3.
Among the highlights of the Epocrates poll are the following findings:
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