Skip to comments.Quinnipiac: Most Americans Want Obamacare Repealed [Rasmussen and now Quinnipiac]
Posted on 02/25/2012 10:02:32 AM PST by RobinMasters
A new poll by Quinnipiac University finds that most Americans, including independent voters, believe that the U.S. Supreme Court should strike down Obamacare.
The poll, released late Thursday, found that 50 percent of voters and 51 percent of independent voters want the high court to overturn President Obamas controversial healthcare reform law. In contrast, only 39 percent of voters and 37 percent of independent voters do not want the high court to take action.
The poll found that most voters 66 percent believe the economy is in a recession while a slight majority 54 percent believe it has begun to recover.
"Voters have begun to change their minds about the economy. They are humming, not yet singing, 'Happy Days Are Here Again,' but there seems to be a sense that things are getting a bit better. But President Barack Obama is not singing along as there is little uptick in his job approval numbers and the share of voters who think he deserves a second term in the Oval Office," said Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, which conducted the national poll.
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Not to get political or anything...
Nominate and elect the most potentially capable and knowledgeable and powerful leader to actually get it done and quickly.
Most Americans Want Obamacare Repealed = Most Americans Want Obama Defeated In 2012
Even though half the country wants Socialized Medicine to be repealed, 49.5% live off others earnings, and they will NOT vote Conservative, but will vote for The Messiah, anyway?
You've got it right !
Not good when only 50% of voters want Obamacrap repealed.
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