An annual measure of customer satisfaction finds public perception of their health insurers plummeting.
The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), which ranks companies on a 100-point scale, saw customer satisfaction with health insurance falls 2.7% to an ACSI score of 73 for 2010.
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