Skip to comments.Fox News poll: 68 percent concerned about their health care under new law
Posted on 09/17/2013 12:05:22 PM PDT by RedMDer
Nearly 7 out of 10 voters are concerned about their personal health care under the Affordable Care Act and a majority wants to take the health care system back to 2009, according to the latest Fox News national poll.
The poll, released Tuesday, finds that 68 percent of voters are concerned about their health care under the new system. That includes 43 percent very concerned and another 25 percent somewhat concerned.
The number feeling concerned is more than twice that of those who are unworried (31 percent).
Even a 56-percent majority of Democrats feels concerned (31 percent very concerned). By comparison, 72 percent of independents and 77 percent of Republicans feel that way.
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Kill ObamaCare before it kills America!!
KILL Obamacare NOW....and run that filthy bastard out of MY White House.
He11, since he's big on doing what Americans want, he'll probably be pushing for the 60-70% of Americans who want obamacare redone.
Medicine in America is done.
No reason to be scared...disgusted, yes. Infuriated, absolutely. Scared? You should only be scared of the unknown. The result of this is hardly unknown.
Kill it, put it in a hole and plant salt so it never grows again.
We need to get as many of these polls to Boehner and company. He’s trying to push the funding through.
He’s probably listening to BS advisers telling him that defunding would be a mistake.
The other 32% get Obamacare for free, along with their Obama Phones, food, housing, rides to the democrat run poling places, etc.
Why not have the true Republicans request a BINDING, updated, Federal Financial Impact Statement for 2012-2013 for Obamacare?
It should take a month or two to complete, allow for a vote to delay Obamacare for a year, and then show the great financial harm to our Economy that the Statements numbers will document.
Wharton, Stanford, Michigan and Princeton could also file their independent Financial Impact Statements to compare to the Office of Budget and the Congressional Budget Office Financial Impact Statements.
As B. Hussein is fond of saying: We need to get all the facts first.
Sounds like a good suggestion to send along to Boehner.
BTTT X !0^n !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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