By a margin of 23 percentage points (53 to 30 percent), Americans now think it’s likely, rather than unlikely, that ObamaCare will be repealed — according to a recent Rasmussen poll of likely voters. That’s the high-water mark to date for Americans’ expectation for repeal. By a margin of 14 points (53 to 39 percent), likely voters support repeal, and the number of respondents who “strongly” favor repeal (40 percent) exceeds the number who oppose repeal even “somewhat” (39 percent).

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