With the expected number of people on Medicare expected to jump to 62 million by 2020 (and a staggering 90 million by 2050), all eyes are on both President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's plans for the program.
CNN looked at Mitt Romney's medicare plan this morning, noting the lingering questions around the candidate's stance. (We do know from the first presidential debate though, that if you're over 60, you don't have to worry about any changes to Medicare.)
Medicare may be a make or break issue for many voters: In an survey of voters ages 50 to 64 in Wisconsin, 80 percent said that Medicare was either "important" or "very important," and other surveys of voters in swing states Florida and Ohio reported similar results, according to Reuters.
To see the three remaining questions in Romney's Medicare plan, watch the video above.