Today’s Polls: Americans Oppose Democrats On Obamacare, Welfare Payments & Eric Holder’s Handling of Fast & Furious
Today’s polls bring more bad news to Team Obama…
Americans still want Obamacare repealed.
FOX News reported:
The Supreme Court decision upholding the 2010 health care law has left more American voters feeling “worried” than “reassured” about their personal health care situation. Meanwhile, majorities still want at least part of the health care law repealed.
The latest Fox News poll, released Thursday, shows 58 percent of voters think the Affordable Care Act needs to be changed and Congress should keep at it. Forty percent disagree: It’s done and lawmakers should “move on.”
Not surprisingly, most Republicans (84 percent) think lawmakers should keep working on the law. A 53-percent majority of independents agree — as do 35 percent of Democrats.
Overall, a 57-percent majority of voters would like Congress to repeal at least part of the health care law: 29 percent want complete repeal and another 28 percent favor repealing parts of it.
A huge majority of Americans (83%) believe there should be some kind of work requirements for welfare recipients.
61 percent of American voters agree with the vote to hold AG Eric Holder in contempt over Fast & Furious.