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In the following sentence what I needed to express was people's health might decline in the future when we compare it with today's society. I would really appreciate it if someone could let me know whether the following sentences are grammatically correct and natural.


I am of the opinion that general health of people in the future might not be up to par as much as today.

I am of the opinion that general health of people in the future might not be good as much as today.

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up to par ~ as good as the usual standards

I don't think this is really what you want to say.

I would pull 'health' out of the first part and use it in a comparison of the adjective 'healthy' at the end — something like this:

I believe that in the future people might not be as healthy as they are today.

CJ

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There are a few ways I'd say this (I'm a native English speaker in the USA):

I am of the opinion that the general health of people in the future might not be as up to par as exists today.

I am of the opinion that the general health of people in the future might not be as up to par as what we have today.

I am of the opinion that the general health of people in the future might not be good as what we have today.

I am of the opinion that the general health of people in the future might not be good as what exists today.


In my opinion, the general health of people in the future might not be as good as what we have today.

In my opinion, the general health of people in the future might not be as good as what exists today.

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