60 Percent of Voters Say Obamacare Debate Is Not Over

According to a May 19 report by the Heritage Foundation, the Affordable Care Act remains a significant election year trigger for voters. A new Politico poll says 89 percent of respondents claim the law will determine how they vote, according to Heritage.

A portion of the poll Politico used said, “Recently it was announced that 8 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare. President Obama declared this a major victory and encouraged Democratic candidates for Congress to forcefully defend and be proud of the law.”

Additional questions covered the Republican leadership on enrollment and the issue of repeal. Sixty percent of poll respondents questioned as to whether the Obamacare debate should end answered “no.”  About 39 percent responded it should with 48 percent saying the ACA should be repealed.

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