Template:Canada versus USA. 2 parts
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|Medicare-for-all is single-payer, non-socialist, non-government-owned, Canadian-style healthcare.|
|USA spent $3.3 trillion on healthcare in 2017. (2.3.4.). Canada got better outcomes, spent half as much per person, and thus has a higher median wealth. So: of Americans support 'Medicare-for-all'. ( 2.3.)||Households with handguns: Canada: 3%. USA: 30%.|
|Country||Median wealth per adult 2018. US dollars||Healthcare cost per person. US dollars PPP. 2017||per 100,000. 2016|
|article with info, charts, videos exposing US Republican myths about Canadian healthcare. (2.)- See|
|Country||Life expectancy 2016 (2)||Under-5 mortality rate per 1000 live births. 2017||Maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births. 2015|