From the Economist/YouGov poll:

Most Americans think that the primary problem with the health-care system is high costs, but that Barack Obama's efforts are more focused on the uninsured. By a 55% to 27% margin, Americans oppose paying higher taxes to achieve universal coverage. A similar proportion opposes health-care reform if it raises the federal budget deficit by a large amount.

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