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As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office and a new Congress settles in, Consumer Reports asked Americans what their most pressing consumer concerns are for the coming year.  Top of mind, according to our inaugural CR Consumer Voices Survey, are important subjects where significant policy changes could unfold very soon. Quality healthcare, followed by its affordability, overwhelmingly top the list, together totaling 31 percent of all responses.

As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, CR's new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

As President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office and a new Congress settles in, Consumer Reports asked Americans what their most pressing consumer concerns are for the coming year.  Top of mind, according to our inaugural CR Consumer Voices Survey, are important subjects where significant policy changes could unfold very soon. Quality healthcare, followed by its affordability, overwhelmingly top the list, together totaling 31 percent of all responses.

As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, CR's new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

When it comes to healthcare, Americans may not agree on much, but they agree on this: Affordable, quality coverage is getting further out of their reach. That's a key finding of Consumer Reports' second Consumer Voices Survey, a nationally representative poll of 1,007 adults conducted in April. When people were asked what their biggest concern is right now as consumers, healthcare issues were most often cited—mentioned by almost a quarter of respondents.

Feeling Squeezed: Healthcare Is Top Concern in CR's New Consumer Voices Survey

When it comes to healthcare, Americans may not agree on much, but they agree on this: Affordable, quality coverage is getting further out of their reach. That's a key finding of Consumer Reports' second Consumer Voices Survey, a nationally representative poll of 1,007 adults conducted in April. When people were asked what their biggest concern is right now as consumers, healthcare issues were most often cited—mentioned by almost a quarter of respondents.

Many toys come with "batteries not included," leading to a frustrating gift-giving experience. No worries, we're here to save the day! Batteries That Last | Consumer Reports News

Batteries That Last When You Need Them

Many toys come with "batteries not included," leading to a frustrating gift-giving experience. No worries, we're here to save the day! Batteries That Last

Toyota Prius Gets Record-Setting 52 MPG - The redesigned-for-2016 Prius hybrid's 52 mpg overall in Consumer Reports' tests is the best gas mileage we've ever measured. Here's how we test fuel economy and how Toyota achieved that figure.

Toyota Prius Gets Record-Setting 52 MPG - The Prius hybrid's 52 mpg overall in Consumer Reports' tests is the best gas mileage we've ever measured. Here's how we test fuel economy and how Toyota achieved that figure.

As the summer season drags on, you might find that your window air conditioners are losing some of their cooling power. It could be that you installed them improperly, the effects of which are now being felt. Or a few key maintenance checks might be in order.  Our new step-by-step video on how to maintain your air conditioner, based on Consumer Reports' testing of dozens of window air conditioners, will keep your home comfortable when the weather outside is anything but.

How to Maintain Your Air Conditioner

Learn how to maintain your air conditioner to keep it humming during a heat wave, from the experts at Consumer Reports.

CR's new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?

CR's new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

HPV Vaccine Does Not Increase Risk of Blood Clots, Study Confirms

New research has shown that a vaccine known to protect against four strains of human papillomavirus does not increase the risk of blood clots in women. HPV infections can lead to cervical cancer.

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CR survey reveals more Americans pessimistic about their rights and consumer protections than in early January.

Consumer Reports' second Consumer Voices Survey finds consumers' confidence on healthcare, data privacy, and car safety has fallen since January when the new Administration took office.

Top Ten Things To Avoids During Pregnancy

Top Ten Things To Avoids During Pregnancy - Pregnancy is a wonderful experience for any woman , the main concern for a pregnant woman keeping her unborn baby safe and healthy , you can do that by

3 Reasons Why Your Color Scheme Isn't Working (and how to fix it.)

3 Reasons Why Your Color Scheme Isn't Working (and how to fix it.)

Don't give up hope if your interior color scheme isn't working. These simple fixes can save the day, and your color scheme.

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, CR's new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

As Trump Takes Office, What's Top of Consumers' Minds?

As Donald Trump prepares to take office, CR& new Consumer Voices Survey finds concern on issues from healthcare to digital privacy to student debt.

The student loan debt crisis in America--its history and growth, stats and survey data, and student debt stories from Consumer Reports' special feature.

Student Loan Debt Crisis

Fed up with robocalls? You can help put an end to them. New FCC rules are aimed at ending these annoying telemarketing tactics.

Ending Robocalls

Fed up with robocalls? New FCC rules are aimed at ending these annoying telemarketing tactics, says Consumer Reports.

Consumer Reports marks the end of year by thanking its loyal supporters with a holiday gift guide, filled with suggestions based on 80 years of unbiased, expert product ratings and knowledge. President Marta L. Tellado has more remarks.

From Our President: A Year of Celebration

Consumer Reports marks the end of year by thanking its loyal supporters with a holiday gift guide, filled with suggestions based on 80 years of unbiased, expert product ratings and knowledge. President Marta L. Tellado has more remarks.

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