New Hampshire residents are strongly in favor of reauthorizing the expansion of Medicaid, which the state originally adopted in 2014. Democrats are far more likely to support reauthorization but a slight plurality of Republicans also support it. Nearly half of respondents say they would be less likely to vote for their State Senator if he or she voted against reauthorization. Granite Staters would support a bill similar to that adopted by Kentucky that requires Medicaid recipients to work or go through job training in order to receive benefits. Residents have heard very little about a bill to create Education Savings Accounts and are divided on the measure.
UNH Survey Center
Survey Center, UNH, "Granite Staters Strongly Favor Expanded Medicaid Reauthorization, Divided on Education Savings Accounts 2/26/18" (2018). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 14.