As Obama’s numbers go down, support for repealing his signature legislation goes up.
Support for repeal of the health care reform bill is at its highest level in over a month, while the number of voters who believe repeal will be good for the economy has reached a new high.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows that 60% at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care reform law, while 36% oppose repeal.
Those numbers include 50% who Strongly Favor repeal and 26% who Strongly Oppose it. Platinum Members can see state-by-state results from across the country.
The number that favors repeal is up five points from last week and is the highest level measured since July 1. The number that Strongly Favors repeal also ties the highest level ever – first measured in mid-April.
More proof of pending doom for the Democrats who forced this unconstitutional monstrosity down our throats.
Only 60%? I thought it would be higher….but then again, it hasn’t fully gone into effect yet.
Wait until the MSM stops schilling for Obama and people realize how bad off the economy is and the Dems are out of bullets. Despite Captain Kickasses promises all healthcare reform has done is put our economy on life support. Cap and trade will just put it out of its misery. Notice everytime he speaks the market tumbles, no one wants to do anything to expand business until he is gone.
Precisely. Wait until the new year when private insurance begins plundering our wallets with huge premium increases and more restrictions of service.
In two more years we an repeal Obama.