According to a new Rasmussen Poll, people are not too keen on changing around the tax treatment of employer-provided health insurance coverage:
The survey also found that just 11% favor taxing health insurance benefits provided by employers. Seventy-seven percent (77%) are opposed. On this point, Republicans, Democrats, and unaffiliated voters share broadly similar views.
All of which, of course, begs the obvious question: why would anyone want to touch this tax benefit? Why not simply cut taxes elsewhere to equalize the tax treatment of health insurance?