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Poll: Most Americans Oppose Obamacare

Three Years Later, Majority of Americans Still Oppose Obamacare

Three years after becoming law, Americans really haven’t changed their mind on the nation’s health care overhaul championed by President Obama. A new CNN/ORC International poll shows that 54 percent say they oppose the law popularly known as Obamacare, a figure that has mostly remained unchanged since 2010. But that number is a bit misleading because 16 percent say they oppose the measure because it doesn’t go far enough, while 35 percent say they oppose the law because it’s too liberal. Meanwhile, 43 percent say they support the health care law, a number that has also remained largely unchanged since 2010, notes CNN.

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