A new study by Politico/Morning Consult shows that only 35 percent of voters are opposed to such a system.
As opposition grows, Republican lawmakers waver in their support of the new health care proposal, which is unlikely to pass if the Senate does not clear it by Sept. 30.
The philosophical debate about whether government should play a major role in medical care is over.
The Massachusetts senator joins California Sen. Kamala Harris in endorsing the legislation, which Sanders expects to introduce this month.
Programs promoting enrollment under the Affordable Care Act take a big hit; Democrats cry foul.
A group of single-payer leaders writes an open letter to the senator pointing to problems in his bill draft.
Health agency responsible for administering Obamacare is keeping mum on key issues despite looming sign-up deadlines.
Watching the failure of another GOP effort to deprive millions of their medical care, I recalled a very different scenario under then-President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Donald Trump will not let this loss stand. Be prepared for scorched-earth politics from the Oval Office.
"Skinny repeal" was brought down by the weight of activists from across the country.