Voters are not keen on the idea of health-insurance mandates without a public option or Medicare expansion, according to a new survey conducted by Research 2000 for the Progressive Change Campaign Committee and Democracy for America. The poll shows only 33 percent of likely voters prefer a health-care bill without expansion of Medicare or a public-health insurance option. With those two ideas included, however, 58 percent of people surveyed support the idea. "This poll shows voters in full-blown revolt against the Senate bill," said PCCC's co-founder. "This will be a disaster of epic proportions for Democrats in 2010 if it's not fixed—fast." Another recent PCCC and DFA poll found that a third of Democrats are less likely to vote in 2010 if the health-care bill does not include a public option.