Health care is at a crossroads in America. Obamacare is failing to maintain a semblance of feasibility. Those on either side of the health care debate offer widely divergent options to fix the broken system. Americans want more, not less, choice and options in their health care. A majority (58%) prefer freer markets and more choices in health care over a single-payer system (42%). Americans have strong feelings about choice. Nine in 10 agree that patients, not bureaucrats, should choose how health care is provided and that Americans should have more choice in this area. Nearly seven in 10 oppose both being required to purchase government health insurance and the elimination of their current plan under a single-payer system.