Poll: 46% don't think insurers should be required to cover all contraceptives

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of American Adults shows that 39% believe health insurance companies should be required to cover all government approved contraceptives for women, but 46% don’t think they should be. Another 15% are undecided.

A majority of Americans (54%) believe health insurance costs would increase if all companies covered women’s contraceptives, while only 15% say cost of insurance would decrease. Twenty-one percent (21%) more say the requirement would have no impact on the cost of health insurance, while 10% are not sure.