Do you think the ObamaCare settled law narrative is working with American voters? Well, think again. According to a new survey, Americans now believe the Republican Party will likely be successful at repealing the president’s signature health care law, while just under a quarter say it has been a success.
A new Rasmussen Reports survey found a whopping 62 percent of “likely voters” now say repeal of the law is likely. Of course, that necessarily means voters believe the Republican Party will take the Senate in November, at least. Even with a Republican majority in the upper chamber President Obama is not likely to sign its repeal.
Thus, Americans must be relatively or at least somewhat uncertain about the certain media coronation of Hillary Clinton in 2016. With just 23 percent saying ObamaCare has been successful, such a sentiment among the electorate being a possibility is very real. A recent study found the sharpest rate increases ever measured as a result of the law, and increasing majorities say the law will negatively impact the quality of health care and cost them more money.