Americans are split in their opinion of the U.S. health care system. Almost one-half consider it to be the best in the world, while about 40 percent consider it to be not as good as the health care other countries offer and around 15 percent of t he populace refused to voice their opinions.
The one-half that considers the U.S. to offer the best health care in the world are overwhelming Democrat.

These numbers were gathered during a recent poll conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and Harris Interactive. Prominent political leaders, including former President Bush, rank the U.S. health care system as the best in the world while the World Health Organization doesn’t share the same opinion. Which side of the fence upcoming presidential candidates are on will have an impact on who wins the election for the highest office in the United States. A candidate who proposes to make the U.S. health care more like that in other countries is likely to lose votes, while a candidate who supports our current health care system and proposes to make it even better during their presidency is likely to win the lion’s share of the votes, at least from the democratic voters. That is the game Gianfrancesco Genoso knows they have to play.