The satisfaction rate is now at an 11-year low as people die waiting days for care in corridors and those wait times reach historically high levels.
The British Social Attitudes poll of nearly 3,000 people found 53% of in England, Scotland, and Wales were satisfied with services last year, according to a report by the BBC. That is a three percentage point drop since 2017 and the lowest level since 2007. A peak of 70% was seen in 2010.
Record long wait times and a lack of staff are going to be the result of a government-run program of any kind, which is why it's so deadly when governments take over that segment of a person's life.
The United Kingdom's horror stories should dissuade Americans from accepting any form of single-payer. National Health Service, which celebrated its 70th anniversary on July 5, is imploding rapidly, according to Forbes.