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53% want repeal of healthcare law

Rassmussen’s latest poll is out concerning the Health care law sometimes known as “Obamacare.”

The numbers of those who want the law repealed have not changed much in the last year. While about a third think the law will be good for the country, but 48% believe it will be bad.

People are changing their minds about what they think the healthcare law will do. “Since June of last year, belief that the health care law is likely to force a change in health insurance has ranged from 34% to 51%.”

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2 thoughts on “53% want repeal of healthcare law

  1. If people knew the truth about the reform, more would think it was good for our country. But right-wing propaganda has taken hold over facts. The main issue people cite when asked why they’re against it is the mandate, which won’t affect people who already have insurance and for those who don’t, well… they’re just sponging off the rest of us when they get sick or hurt and they have to go to the emergency room, so who cares what they think.

    Posted by Ben Hoffman | July 11, 2011, 4:47 PM

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