Skip to comments.Poll: Record 53% Disapprove of Obamacare
Posted on 08/01/2014 9:51:20 AM PDT by Olog-hai
53% of Americans have an unfavorable opinion of Obamacare, up 8% since last month. This is the largest unfavorable opinion of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the surveys four year history, a poll by the Kaiser Family Foundation finds. Only 37% of people actually have a favorable opinion of the law.
Obamacare lost favorability with women, whites, and those in the low and middle income brackets, along with other groupsincluding Democrats.
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53% is large?
I find that only 53% disapprove of a dictator to be absolutely horrific.
Especially when the context is unknown. Does this 53 percent approve of replacing Obamacare with single-payer?
Come January 2017, even if the Pubs sweep the national elections, Obamacare will be so entrenched and so unworkable that a single payor proposal will be the only way out. Cloward-Piven at its highest and best use. That's the plan man.
We’re just getting started. But first not a few people have to realize that there is no Santa Claus:
“Florida Blue, the states largest health insurer, is increasing premiums by an average of 17.6 percent for its Affordable Care Act exchange plans next year, company officials say.
The nonprofit Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliate blames higher health costs that are a result of attracting older adults this year who previously lacked coverage and are using more services than expected.”
Of course Florida is one of the state’s that doesn’t have a state exchange... so there’s a federal mandate to buy health insurance (premiums going up 17% on their current policies), and what if there’s no more federal subsidy for policies purchased on the federal exchange?
I think Libtards are going to come to hate November 15th (first day of Obamacare enrollment every year) as much as I hate April 15th.
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