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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Repealing ObamaCare

ObamaCare remains highly unpopular. It also happens to make for ugly economics and bad policy.

A September 18-19 Rasmussen Reports poll of likely voters found that 61% favored the repeal of ObamaCare, while only 33% opposed repeal. That's the highest level of opposition to the health care measure since late May. ObamaCare passed in late March.

The Rasmussen survey also found:

• "Sixty-one percent (61%) of all voters nationwide say the health care law will increase the federal deficit."

• "A strong majority (60%) feel that under the new law, the cost of health care will go up."

• "Only 20% say the quality of health care will get better under the new law. Just over half (53%) feel the quality of health care will get worse. Twenty-one percent (21%) expect it to stay the same."

Two articles in recent days have noted the Republican strategy to repeal or chip away at ObamaCare if the GOP were to gain control of the House and/or Senate in November...

Read the rest of this SBE Council Fact of the Week here.

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