Poll finds a majority support decision overturning Obamacare

The Hill:
A majority of respondents say they think that a Texas federal judge's ruling last month that ObamaCare is invalid should stand, according to a new Hill-HarrisX poll.

Of those surveyed, 58 percent said they believe U.S. District Court Judge Reed O'Connor's ruling that the Affordable Care Act is invalid should stand.

Thirty-one percent of respondents said that former President Obama's signature health care law should be invalidated by the courts and that Congress and President Trump should start over on implementing new health care policy.

Another 27 percent said the law should be invalidated, and that health care should go back to how it was prior to the passage of the act.

Forty-three percent of respondents said the ruling should be reversed, and the law should stand.
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I never understood why the media was claiming that Obamacare was gaining support.  It was always unpopular for good reason.   While the media is supportive of its provision on existing conditions, it is actually one of the reasons why premiums have gone up so much. The law had a devastating effect on those in the individual market who have seen their payments go through the roof.  The fact that it was sold on the basis of Obama lies that you could keep your plan and keep your doctor is another good reason to overturn.

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