ObamaCare repeal favored by many
Repeal of the nationalized health care system, known with distaste as ObamaCare is now favored by about 57 per cent of likely voters, the September 27 release of a nationwide poll said.
The Department of Health and Human Services called it `A New Patient's Bill of Rights' on the six-month anniversary of ObamaCare becoming law.
According to the law, denying coverage to children with any health condition; is denied. Along with this, parent's insurance policies can be banked upon by young adults until they are 26 years old and preventative services, such as flu shots and mammograms, colonoscopies, and pre-natal care must be provided without having to make co-payments.
Reports state that about 57 per cent voters want ObamaCare repealed and repeal is strongly favored by 46 per cent.
According to the poll, with support ranging from a low of 53 per cent to a high of 63 per cent, a majority of voters have consistently favored repeal of the new law since enactment of the much-debated ObamaCare law during its multi-month journey through Congress.
Repeal of the law is strongly favored by about 60 per cent of voters not affiliated with any major political party and 84 per cent of Republicans.
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