A new poll conducted by Harris Interactive looks at the attitudes of American workers toward their health coverage and finds that if forced to make a choice, most would forego a raise rather than lose access to employer-provided benefits. Sixty-one percent of respondents with employer-provided insurance said they would "choose to have no pay increase but maintain their current health insurance benefit." Forty-two percent said their benefits have "gotten worse over the last two or three years." As employers cut back on their benefits and move employees into high-deductible health plans, employees' level of concern over health benefits seems to be rising.
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