Americans Favor Repeal by 20 Points
1:29 PM, Jan 31, 2011 • By JEFFREY H. ANDERSON
On the heels of a Kaiser Health survey showing that Obamacare is now less popular than at any time since its passage, a Rasmussen survey of likely voters released today shows that Americans now favor repeal by a margin of 20 points: 58 to 38 percent. Perhaps even more strikingly, two-thirds of independents favor repeal: 65 percent support it, while only to 32 percent oppose it.
Perhaps it's time for the Democratic Senate to allow a vote on the repeal bill that the House passed by a wide margin two weeks ago.
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