HAPPY WITH CARE
Most Southerners - 76 percent - are either "very satisfied" or "satisfied" with the quality of their health care coverage. But 44 percent said they are either "very dissatisfied" or "dissatisfied" with the cost of coverage.
CHARGE SMOKERS - NOT OBESE PEOPLE - MORE
A majority - 57 percent - said health insurance companies should charge smokers more for coverage. But a majority - 54 percent - said health insurance companies should not charge obese people more for their premiums.
- A plurality - 42 percent - said they would encourage their representatives in Congress to vote against the health care reform package that has since passed the U.S. House.
- About one-quarter said they were undecided and 31 percent wanted their representatives to vote in favor of the bill.
- Republicans most strongly opposed the bill, with 3 in 4 against it. Most Democrats - 53 percent - supported the bill. Among independents, 31 percent supported the health care bill.