Skip to comments.(AP-GfK) Poll: Sign-ups rise but little love for health law (43% oppose, only 28% support)
Posted on 05/24/2014 9:13:04 AM PDT by NormsRevenge
WASHINGTON (AP) President Barack Obama celebrated when sign-ups for his health care law topped 8 million, far exceeding expectations after a slipshod launch. Most Americans, however, remain unimpressed.
A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds that public opinion continues to run deeply negative on the Affordable Care Act, Obama's signature effort to cover the uninsured. Forty-three percent oppose the law, compared with just 28 percent in support.
The pattern illustrates why the health care law remains a favored target for Republicans seeking a Senate majority in the midterm elections.
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AP-GfK Poll: http://www.ap-gfkpoll.com
And whose expectations might those be? Yours, AP?
sigh.. You lie, Mr. Pres__ent. You lie.. again.
Well, I am even LESS impressed now than I was on April first. At that time they had the “magic number” of 8 million (or maybe only 6 million) signed up, proving the rollout was a “success”.
It seems like they have added bupkis to that figure in the six weeks intervening. Seems like they should have gotten up to 12-15 million by now, if it was that good of an idea.
And we still have no idea what the real number of enrollees on a paying basis actually is.
They are proud that one out of six people who were compelled by force of law under IRS enforcement to sign up for these terrible plans actually signed up? That’s pathetic.
As for the overwhelming disapproval, that should help conservative candidates who promise to repeal this destructive law. I hope that turns out to be almost all of the republican candidates (writing off the hopeless RINOs, of course).
Citizen’s Council for Health Freedom
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