The National Seniors Council (NSC) today released the results of its 2013 Medicare survey. This non-scientific survey gauges how important Medicare is for each of NSC's 97,97I supporters and whether they would find it acceptable to cut Medicare for senior citizens.
The responses from National Seniors Council supporters indisputably show that seniors do not want Medicare cut in any, shape, or form" explains NSC Supporter Relations Coordinator Sean Ferritor. "seniors deserve fair treatment, the treatment promised by the U.S- government."
The complete results of the survey have been included with this news release. More than 3,228 NSC supporters participated in the research effort. That means the survey includes many more respondents than a typical political poII published by the news media.
Every year the National- Seniors Council surveys its members on the critical issues of the day. This year's survey' while not scientific, does represent an enormous sample of America's seniors. And, once again, it reaffirms that the Council's policy goals are supported by an overwhelming number of NSC members.
The National Seniors Councif's goal is to serve the needs of a new generation of retirees in the new political reality of Washington, DC. We are a true grassroots' national organization founded in 2008 that is committed to protecting the rights and everything that. America's senior citizens have earned from the Federal Government.
1) Medicare cuts force doctors to treat patients without receiving full compensation.
2) Seniors have a right to expect the treatment they were promised by the government and not
be forced to see substandard doctors.
3) Cutting Medicare to pay for pork projects is unacceptable.
4) Medicare should not be the first target of bureaucrat cost-cutters, but recognized as a
5) I stand with the National Seniors Council in the fight to protect seniors against further cuts to