Thursday, February 27, 2014

Repblicans have lost the ACA batle

The recent Kaiser Foundation Family Poll had some interesting findings: 

A majority said ACA should be kept in place, including 48 percent who want Congress to work to improve it. Eight percent who say it should be kept as is.

Fewer say Congress should repeal the law or replace it with a Republican-sponsored alternative (12 percent) or repeal it and not replace it (19 percent).

Views about next steps are deeply divided by political party identification.

Most Democrats preferring to keep the law in place and a majority of Republicans wanting to see it repealed. Among independents, more than half want Congress to keep the law as is or work to improve it, while a third prefer to see it repealed.

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