HMOs are not public known for carrying the confidence of the US public, and this is a bit shocking to see, especially right now when it comes down to health care reform being debated in Congress.  The small business category came up with a 60% vote of confidence.  BD    image

The Gallup Poll’s annual update the public’s confidence in American institutions is out and Congress is at the bottom: just 12 percent of Americans have confidence in Congress, the worst rating Gallup has found in 35 years of polling on the question.

In fact, this year, Congress dropped below HMO’s, which have the confidence of just 13 percent of Americans.


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