ObamaCare: 3 Years Later…
Tomorrow, Saturday, March 23, marks the third anniversary of President Obama’s signature piece of legislation known as ObamaCare — health care reform he promised would lower health care costs, reduce our deficit and grow our economy.
Today, forty-four percent of voters say ObamaCare will make things worse for them & their family. Only 28 percent say it will make things better.1 Also, contrary to our President’s promise, 49 percent also believe, ObamaCare will make health care costs more expensive, not less (15%).2 Among those basing their opinion on personal experience, 56 percent have an unfavorable view of the law.3 And just in case voters aren’t being clear enough, 52 percent say they disapprove of President Obama’s handling of Health Care.4
Sorry, President Obama, it looks like this is an anniversary voters won’t be celebrating.
DATE: Conducted 3/4-7/2013
SAMPLE: Sampled 1,000 Likely 2014 General Election Voters; MoE ±3.1% @ 95% confidence interval
2 POLLSTER: Kaiser Health Tracking Poll
DATE: Conducted 3/5-10/2013
SAMPLE: Sampled 1,204 Adults; ±18; MoE ±3.0%
3 POLLSTER: Kaiser Health Tracking Poll
DATE: Conducted 2/14-19/2013
SAMPLE: Sampled 1,209 Adults; ±18; MoE ±3.0%
4 POLLSTER: Anderson Robbins Research (D) &Shaw & Company Research (R) for Fox News
DATE: Conducted 2/4-6/2013
SAMPLE: Sampled 1,010 RVs Adults; MoE ±3.0%
— Topline Translator (@ToplineReport) March 22, 2013