What comes to mind when you think of insurance companies, hospitals, doctors and nurses?

A market research poll for the publication The Morning Consult asked voters for their impressions of various parts of the health care system. The results might not be shocking, but they offer a stark visualization of what groups get public sympathy, and which ones don’t.

Here’s what people had to say about hospitals:


And here’s what people had to say about nurses:


To see what people had to say about doctors, insurance companies, pharmaceutical companies, Medicare, Medicaid and other parts of the health care system, click here.

Arielle Levin Becker covered health care for The Connecticut Mirror. She previously worked for The Hartford Courant, most recently as its health reporter, and has also covered small towns, courts and education in Connecticut and New Jersey. She was a finalist in 2009 for the prestigious Livingston Award for Young Journalists, a recipient of a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship and the third-place winner in 2013 for an in-depth piece on caregivers from the National Association of Health Journalists. She is a 2004 graduate of Yale University.

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