Even Democrats Dislike Most of Obamacare

Wednesday, 11 Apr 2012 08:07 AM

By Greg McDonald

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Only 39 percent of Democrats say they want Obamacare upheld by the Supreme Court, while some 50 percent say they want parts of it or the whole thing struck down, according to a new poll conducted for Investor’s Business Daily.
 
“Even taking into account that some of those may be liberals who dislike Obamacare because it isn’t more expansive, it’s a striking rejection of the president’s main accomplishment by his own party,” writes the newspaper’s Sean Higgins.
 
The same poll found that in general only 22 percent of Americans say they want the entire law upheld, while 37 percent would like to see all of it struck down.
 
Another 30 percent said they would like to see only the individual mandate requiring people to buy health insurance declared unconstitutional.
 

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