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Two candidates are running for office in the state senate. During a debate, the candidates say the following: Candidate A: "People are responsible for one another. We will all benefit if everyone gives their fair share. My opponent, Candidate B, doesn’t really care about people." Candidate B: "Individual responsibility is of primary importance. We will create jobs and grow the economy by cutting taxes. My opponent, Candidate A, is a bit naive and inexperienced." Given these statements, evaluate how likely it would be for each candidate to be in favor of government-funded health care. (3 points) Candidate A would probably be opposed to government-funded health care. Candidate B would probably be in favor of it.
Both candidates would probably be in favor of government-funded health care. Both candidates would probably be opposed to government-funded health care.
Candidate A would probably be in favor of government-funded health care. Candidate B would probably be opposed to it.

I think that the answer o this question is: Candidate A will be in favor of government funded health care. Candidate B would would probably be opposed to it.

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  2. Candidate A will be in favor of government funded health care. Candidate B would would probably be opposed to it.

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