ObamaCare Resonates With Voters

But Ruling Class continues to trifle with seniors
A majority of voters continue to support repeal of the national health care law and believe it will increase the federal deficit.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey released Monday shows 55 percent of likely voters at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care law while 38 percent oppose its repeal.

Of those surveyed, 43 percent strongly favor repeal of the law and 26 percent are strongly opposed to repeal.

According to Rasmussen, most voters have favored repeal every week but one since the health care bill became law. Support for repeal has ranged from 47 percent to 63 percent.

Most voters (54 percent) also believe the new law will increase the cost of health care while 18 percent say the cost of health care will go down. Another 18 percent say costs will stay the same.
(from bizjournals.com)

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