Following Donald Trump’s move to eliminate the health care law, voters are determined to fight the proposed changes to the ACA system. According to the Politico/Morning Consult poll, 45% of the registered voters are confident with the care, as opposed to the other 45%, who want the care removed.
The survey also established that there had been a 7% point drop in the vote against the Obamacare since early January; on the other hand, there has been a 4% increase in points among the voters who approve the law. The Morning Consult’s co-founder and CRO, Kyle Dropp told Politico that as the threat of revocation of Affordable Care Act moves from theoretical to substantial, the weekly polling has revealed an increment in the popularity of the law, with fewer voters advocating for revocation of the law. This research was conducted last week, within a period of three days, among 2,013 registered voters and has a 2% margin of error.
Trump and other Republicans who run the Congress state that they want to cancel the Affordable Care Act and exchange it with the new health-care act. The GOP said that the care has resulted in rising surcharges to several Americans, and because of this, it’s a failed program. The supporters of the Obamacare responded that the law has increased coverage to more than 20 million Americans, who would otherwise not have been able to afford insurance and say that the act should be amended, not done away with.
According to the polls, many voters leaned to support major provisions of Obamacare than approved repealing them. If the act were to be revoked, many insurers would possibly stop selling the care plans as they would have fewer healthier consumers purchasing the coverage and with a not even number of less healthy customers.