New Survey Says Moms Shut OUt of Health Care Reform Debate
By Jamie Dunham on September 30, 2009
Moms make the majority of health care decisions for American consumers, but many feel health care policy makers are ignoring them, according to a new nationwide survey completed this week.
Sponsored by Nashville-based WhyMomsRule.com, the poll of almost 700 women with at least one child at home found only seven percent believe the U.S. Congress is attuned to their health care concerns, while a third feel they have no voice at all in the debate. The survey also revealed that while almost eight of ten moms (79 percent) say health care reform is needed, more than two-thirds (68 percent) are concerned about its costs.
WhyMomsRule.com is a blog that tracks trends affecting moms and their buying habits. It was co-founded by David Bohan, CEO of BOHAN Advertising|Marketing and Jamie Dunham, BOHAN’s chief planning officer.
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