Survey: Reform Law Unlikely To Affect Voters’ Decisions
The federal health reform law is not likely to significantly affect voters' decisions at the polls in November's midterm elections, according to a recent CBS News/New York Times survey. Forty-one percent of survey respondents said that a candidate's vote on the health reform law would "not make much difference" in whether they vote for the candidate. In addition, an equal percentage -- 28% -- said they are "more likely" and "less likely" to vote for a candidate who supported the overhaul.
- "Poll: Health Reform Largely a Non-Issue in Eyes of Voters" (Lillis, "Healthwatch," The Hill, 9/16).