Most adults have no idea what they should expect to pay for health care
Zoom in: No matter how you slice up the data — by age, education level, insurance status, etc. — the results were pretty much the same, "suggesting a society-wide lack of awareness" about personal health care costs, Gallup's Stephanie Marken wrote in a memo.
- Americans also largely don't think they're getting much value out of their health care dollars.
- 56% said their costs didn't reflect the quality of products and services received, about two times more than those who said their costs did (29%).