EPIC-MRA Press Release: Statewide Poll on Detroit Auto Insurance Plan

EPIC-MRA conducted a statewide survey of voters about their opinions on the proposal (Senate Bill 288) to allow a low-cost / low-benefit auto insurance policy in Detroit. The bill would limit the medical care available to Detroit drivers injured in auto accidents to a total of $250,000 in critical medical care, and $25,000 in non-critical care.  (per accident, not per individual).

Supporters say the proposal would reduce the cost of caring for auto accidents in Detroit which could reduce insurance rates. However, CPAN has issued several concerns. Based on the survey results, Michigan voters clearly feel this proposal is a bad idea as well. 
 

Dinsurance EPIC-MRA Survey Infograph



The telephone survey polled 600 active and likely 2016 general election voters from October 25 through 31. It has an error rate +/-4.0 percent.

Download the full news release from EPIC-MRA here.

You can also write your lawmaker and tell them to VOTE NO on SB 288. Tell them D-Insurance is wrong for Detroit and wrong for Michigan.