A new Gallup poll finds that 55 percent of Americans want Democrats in Congress to kill the current health care bill and start over, compared with just 39 percent who say they should continue attempting to pass the current health care bill.
Independents want work on the current bill suspended by a 56-37 percent margin; Republicans want it killed by a 87 percent to 7 percent margin; and Democrats by want it passed by 67 percent to 26 percent margin.
In addition, less than a third of Americans — or just 32 percent — say that it’s right that health care is Congress’s top priority, while 65 percent say other problems should be addressed first or that it shouldn’t be a priority.
Meanwhile, 72 percent said that Scott Brown’s win reflects Americans’ frustrations, compared with just 18 percent who say it was just a reflection of political conditions in Massachusetts.
In light of these numbers, if Democrats attempt to ram their bill through using reconciliation, it would be absolute Armageddon for them in November.
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