As the country's strong partisan divides become more apparent with an approaching midterm election, struggles related to the cost and accessibility of healthcare services are one top issue that both Republicans and Democrats currently agree on.
However, healthcare is such a contentious issue that it is playing a major role in the upcoming November elections, particularly in U.S. regions that are vulnerable to swing back and forth between blue and red, such as Pennsylvania, Politico reported. Recent polls have also underscored that healthcare is a top issue for voters.
Protections for those with pre-existing conditions are important for people on both sides of the aisle, and many Americans are planning to vote for whom they believe can fix healthcare and its rising costs.
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