Election Center

POLL: Almost half of Americans want to repeal and replace health care bill

Thinking about the health care bill that Congress passed earlier this year, which of the following statements best describes your view of what Congress should do in the future -- Congress should leave the bill as it is; Congress should make additional changes to increase the government's involvement in the nation's health care system; Congress should repeal most of the major provisions in that bill and replace them with a completely different set of proposals.

Repeal and replace 49% Leave bill as is 24% Increase government involvement 24%
Source: CNN/Opinion Research
Date conducted: 11/11/2010 - 11/14/2010
Sample: 1,014 adults
Margin of error: +/- 3% pts

According to This Poll

Forty-nine percent of Americans say that Congress should repeal most of the major provisions of the health care bill and replace them with a completely different set of proposals, according to a CNN/Opinion Research poll.

Notes
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