Health care is the most-discussed topic among Americans in the latest Bloomberg Politics poll.

A majority of Americans — 56 percent — said they were dissatisfied with their health care system.

But those who were satisfied with their current health care plans were also likely to be satisfied with the future.

Forty-two percent of those who said they liked their current plan had no plans to switch to a different health insurance company.

Another 38 percent said they would not switch.

Among those who like their current plans, 41 percent said their plans would remain in their current form.

But 26 percent said it would become more competitive, and the rest said it was still not a good plan.

Forty percent said the current system was not good for them and would have little impact on their health.

The Kaiser Family Foundation surveyed 4,500 U.S. adults from July 5-18, surveying 1,000 Americans between the ages of 18 and 64.

Among other things, it asked about how much they would like to see their health insurance coverage increased, reduced, or stayed the same.

The Kaiser Family is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area.