More than 1 in 4 Americans would vote with their feet and relocate to another county or state to obtain better or cheaper health coverage, according to Bankrate's latest Health Insurance Pulse survey.Health insurance would be a reason for 28% to move, with 9% saying it would be a major reason and 19% identifying it as a minor reason.Interest was even keener among the young and those with lower incomes. Those are the two demographics most likely to lack insurance, which makes them the groups that potentially have the most to gain from the federal health care law now being implemented. More than 4 in 10 respondents (42%) between the ages of 18 and 29 said better rates or coverage would be a major or minor reason to pull up stakes, while a third (32%) of those with the lowest incomes would consider such a move.Go to Bankrate.com to find the best health insurance plan for you.Why move?The Affordable Care Act -- the health care overhaul law which you may know as Obamacare -- was designed to...
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