A common interview question is, "what is the biggest problem with US healthcare today?". When answering this question, which could take many forms, i.e. access, physician distribution, etc., is it a bad strategy to support the opinion of switching to a single-payer system or a system of national health care coverage (socialized medicine?)...? I'm wondering b/c how does this affect physicians salaries and how will it resonate with the average interviewer who is him/herself a medical practioner? The last thing I'd want to do, no matter what I believed, was give an answer completely antithetical to the average physicians opinion. Thoughts and comments?