For the second time this month, 60% of Likely Voters at least somewhat favor repeal of the national health care law, while the number who expect health care costs to increase is at its highest level since August.BlogProf has a great history of the tracking poll going back to when it was passed. Furthermore, the Washington Post will no longer post it's own poll results in the WaPo because...the country wants this horrendous law repealed...and the WaPo is part of Obama's Cheerleading Network.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 49% Strongly Favor repeal of the plan. Thirty-eight percent (38%) oppose the law’s repeal, including 29% who Strongly Oppose repeal. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
- 57% say the law will increase the federal deficit, while only 17% expect the plan to reduce the deficit
- 53% say the quality of health care will decrease under the new law
- 61% believe the law will cause health care costs to go up
- 55% say the law will be bad for the country