Poll: 59% of Likely Voters Favor Repeal of Reform Law
A new Rasmussen poll finds that 59% of likely voters favor repealing the federal health reform law, the highest level of support Rasmussen has recorded sinceÂ the law'sÂ passage. Thirty-eight percent of respondents said they want the law to remain in place. Only 32% of respondents said they think the law is good for the country, while 57% said the law is bad for the nation, the highest level of disapproval recorded by the polling firm since March.
- "Poll: Majority Favors Health Care Repeal" (Zimmermann, "Healthwatch," The Hill, 8/2).
- "Poll: 57 Percent Say Health Care Reform Bad" (UPI, 8/2).