• Government is not the solution: 61% of women think the private sector does a better job of providing choice in health care.
• Change for thee, but not for me: 75% want few to no changes to their own healthcare (40% -- be modified, but mostly left as is; 35% -- be left as-is).
• No egg timers: 43% of women say that Congress and the President should enact healthcare reform "only when quality legislation is developed, even if it means there is no deadline." Less than three in ten think it needs to happen by the end of the year.
• Too expensive: Only 10% say that $1 trillion or more should be spent on health care reform. Most put the acceptable amounts in the thousands (16%), millions (24%), or billions (16%).
• Concerns with waste: 77% say government spends money in a mostly inefficient way and 55% believe CBO projections underestimate how much will ultimately be spent on health care reform.