Most American voters view the new national health care law as bad for the country and want to repeal ObamaCare, in its entirety.
While in the recent past, Democrats have been able to argue certain aspects of the law were popular, that no longer seem to be the case.
A new Rasmussen survey found that just 35 percent now believe the president’s failed health care law is good for America, while 55 percent consider it bad for the country.
The new 20-point margin is devastating to the Democratic Party, with just 2 percent thinking it will have no impact. A recent survey over the weekend also found a new-high in terms of opposition to the individual mandate, while Pew found a new-low for the president’s approval on healthcare.
The latest data are in line with findings from Gallup, who found that most uninsured Americans are ignoring ObamaCare, as well as enrollment figures from insurers showing less than just 50,000 partial paying enrollees purchased insurance through the so-called exchanges.
Quinnipiac University also released a survey among registered voters showing 38 support keeping the law, while 55 percent oppose ObamaCare. President Obama’s approval rating, as with Pew Research, is at its lowest level measured by Quinnipiac during his presidency – 39 percent.
A study conducted by PPD found that 145 million people will have their current health care plans cancelled due to Essential Health Benefit Standards under ObamaCare.
The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on November 9-10, 2013 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.
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