Poll: Just 30 Percent Want Congress to Pass HC Bill Similar to Current One | The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Poll: Just 30 Percent Want Congress to Pass HC Bill Similar to Current One
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With Democrats scrambling to find a way to pass the Senate health care bill through the House (with fixes made through reconciliation) a new CNN poll finds that just three out of 10 Americans actually want Congress to pass a bill similar to the one being considered. A plurality of 48 percent want Congress to start over, while 21 percent want lawmakers to stop working on health care altogether.

Overall, just 38 percent say they “generally favor” the health care bills passed in the House and Senate while 58 percent “generally oppose” them — a 20 point gap.

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