Political Trust, Ideology, and Public Support in the United States for Government Spending on Health Care
The U.S. health-care costs have increased at a rapid rate over the last several decades. How much responsibility the government should bear with the increase in health-care costs is one of the main questions that lack consensus among the American people. Utilizing the 2016 General Social Survey data...
Aitalieva, Nurgul R
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|published in:||International journal of public administration Vol. 42; no. 9; pp. 776 - 785|
|Data of publication:||7/4/2019|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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