Industry Favors McCain By 2-to-1 Over Obama

Lehmann, R. J.
November 2008
Best's Review;Nov2008, Vol. 109 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
The article highlights the survey conducted by A.M. Best on the presidential bet of industry insiders in the U.S. The survey shows that 64% of the respondents support Arizona Republican Senator John McCain. while 34% for Illinois Democrat Senator Barack Obama. In addition, the poll showed that MacCain has a strong support from the life/health sector. Moreover, only 19% of the respondents believe that both presidential candidates understands the insurance business.


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