Obamacare’s Unpopularity Is Broad and Deep

The Democrats hoped that once they passed their government medicine plan, opposition to the measure would die down amid voter resignation. But that hasn’t happened: most Americans remain opposed to government medicine.
What is striking is how broad and deep this opposition runs. Even in New York, one of the bluest of states, 56 percent of voters want Obamacare repealed. Such poll results suggest that Republicans may be able to pick off Congressional seats not generally thought to be in play by stressing their opposition to government-controlled health care and by advocating alternatives that would actually reduce costs, like authorizing interstate competition among insurance carriers and repealing state mandates.


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