Obamacare: Majority of Americans Are Skeptical
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of likely U.S. voters about the health care plan passed by Congress in March finds that:
1. 52% say the plan will be bad for America, a view that went up slightly after the plan became law and has now held steady for five weeks.
2. 54% favor repeal of the legislation, including 44% who Strongly Favor it.
3. 59% of voters think the plan will increase the deficit despite assurances from the plan’s supporters that just the opposite is the case.
4. 52% say the quality of health care in America will get worse under the new plan.
5. 56% believe the plan will cause the cost of health care to go up.