New Poll Shows Americans Don’t Want To Give Up On Obamacare
New Poll Shows Americans Don’t Want To Give Up On Obamacare.
Americans may be starting to cool down the frenzy over Obamacare. They don’t like the health care law, but they really don’t want to start all over, so they’re ready to tinker with it, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.
Forty-one percent of Americans in the new poll said they support the health care law, while 50 percent said they were opposed.
An ABC News/Washington Post poll released Monday had found surging support for Obamacare ahead of the open enrollment deadline, but other polls conducted shortly before March 31 saw no similar surge.
At the same time, the latest HuffPost/YouGov poll finds that more Americans want to keep the law than to repeal it. Few want to keep the law as is, however.
Asked what they want Congress to do about Obamacare, a combined 54 percent said the law should be left in place, including 6 percent who wanted it left in place as is and 48 percent who wanted it left in place while working to improve it.
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Posted on April 4, 2014, in News & Politics, Political and tagged Affordable Care Act, Health Care, Health Care Law, Health Care Law Poll, Health Care Poll, Health Care Polls, Huffpost Yougov Poll, Obama Health Care Law Poll, Obama Health Care Poll, obamacare, Obamacare Poll, Politics News. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on New Poll Shows Americans Don’t Want To Give Up On Obamacare.