A majority of respondents to a Rasmussen Reports telephone survey
said they would like to see a repeal of President Barack Obama’s national healthcare law, which will go into effect in 2014.
Of the 1,000 U.S. voters polled Sept. 16 and 17, 56 percent “somewhat” favored repeal, while 44 percent “strongly” favored it.
On the other side, 36 percent were somewhat against a repeal, and 26 percent were strongly against it.
Those respondents who thought Obamacare would be bad for the country tipped just past the halfway mark at 52 percent, while just 34 percent believed it would improve American life.
Almost half of respondents with health insurance, 42 percent, think it is likely that they will be forced to change their benefits.
Those with insurance were more strongly in support of repeal.
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