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This chart gives information about the number of Americans who believe that Healthcare coverage is the responsibility of the government (from 2000 - 2018). Summarise the information by reporting the main features and making relevant comparisons. (Around 150 words)
This graph shows the number of Americans who believe that Healthcare is either a government responsibility, or not the responsibility of the government, over an 18-year period.
In the year 2000, 59% of people agreed that Healthcare was the responsibility of the government, compared to 38% who feel that Healthcare is not a government responsibility.
In 2007 we can observe a peak where those who regard public health as a government responsibility reach the highest numbers at around 70%. In the same year, those who claim that Healthcare is not a governmental responsibility dropped to its lowest at 20%.
Figures reached a par between 2010 and 2012 before opinions on Healthcare changed in the following years.
In 2018, figures have returned to almost the same numbers as in the year 2000, with six in ten of the opinion that medical care is the obligation of the government. Four-tenths of those asked disagreed.
COHERENCE AND COHESION
There were a few missed opportunities to display one’s vocabulary in this sample, and we noted above that the candidate could have used ‘subsequent’ instead of ‘following’; and ‘divergence of opinions’ instead of saying that ‘opinions on Healthcare changed’.