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78 percent of voters want Trump to make Obamacare work

The general voting public has been pretty darned tired of Republicans' talk of repealing the Affordable Care Act for a pretty long time. That has not changed in the August Kaiser Health Tracking Poll, which finds that a whopping 78 percent of voters want the Trump administration to make Obamacare work and for Congress to just let it go. [T]he majority of the public (60 percent) say it is a “good thing” that the Senate did not pass the bill that would have repealed and replaced the ACA.
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