A majority of Americans opposed Obamacare when the Democrats passed it. A majority still wants that law repealed, according to a new Fox News poll.
By a large 47-11 percent margin, voters expect the 2010 health care law will cost them rather than save them money in the coming year. Another 34 percent think the law won’t change their family’s health care costs.
The poll asks people to take an up-or-down vote on ObamaCare: 40 percent say they would vote to keep the law in place, while just over half — 53 percent — would repeal it.
Over half of those under age 45 (51 percent) as well as those 45 and over (56 percent) would vote to repeal ObamaCare.
Most Republicans want the law repealed (by 85-13 percent) and so do independents (by 65-25 percent). Most Democrats favor keeping ObamaCare (by 72-21 percent).
Obamacare delenda est is and always has been the majority position.
Republicans in the House have repeatedly done what the people want, and voted to repeal Obama’s monster. Harry Reid’s Senate pretends it never happens. President Obama responds by mocking the Republicans and claiming that we shouldn’t fight “old battles” even while the rollout of his law is a massive hot mess. The media could hammer Obama for acting like a stubborn jerk, but never does.