RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- According to a poll commissioned by the Retail Association of Nevada (RAN), most Nevadans believe that President Obama's healthcare plan will increase their healthcare costs and limit their access.
RAN reports most Nevadans (58 percent) believe the new healthcare law will increase their costs and worsen access to healthcare. RAN's poll reports 26 percent believe that Obama's plan will lower their costs and improve access. The remainder were unsure or believe that it will have no impact.
The most recent RAN poll was conducted September 27-29 among a representative sample of 500 likely voters in Nevada. Both landline and cell phone interviews were conducted using live interviewers. The potential sampling error is +/- four percent at the 95 percent confidence level. Full results will be released later this week. RAN commissions their surveys twice a year, which allows trends to be identified and provides an historical context to some of the toughest challenges facing Nevada.