Participants in the Arizona HighGround survey gave Arizona hospitals and health care systems praise, as 35.5% said these institutions did a “very good” job and 26.8% said it was “excellent.”
Only 7.3% of the 400 voters surveyed said the systems’ performance was “poor” or “failing.”
The survey was taken between May 18 and 22 with likely general election voters. HighGround said the organization asked across different political parties but more Republicans than others, based on previous election trends.
There was bipartisan agreement that the healthcare system has done well. It received “very good” or “excellent” votes from 68% of Republicans, 61% of Democrats, and 56% Independent and unaffiliated voters.