60% Favor Repeal of Health Care Law, 50% Say Repeal Would Benefit Economy
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows that 60% at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care reform law, while 36% oppose repeal.
Those numbers include 50% who Strongly Favor repeal and 26% who Strongly Oppose it. Platinum Members can see state-by-state results from across the country.
The number that favors repeal is up five points from last week and is the highest level measured since July 1. The number that Strongly Favors repeal also ties the highest level ever – first measured in mid-April.
Overall support for repeal has ranged from 52% to 63% since the law was passed by Congress in March.
Fifty percent (50%) of voters now say repeal of the bill will be good for the economy. That’s up six points from the end of July and is the highest result found since the question was first posed in April. Twenty-six percent (26%) say repeal of the bill would be bad for the economy, while another 15% say it will have no impact.
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