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Letting Obamacare implode might be Trump's least popular position yet

Sixty percent of Americans say it's a "good thing" that President Donald Trump and Republican lawmakers failed to pass legislation repealing and replacing Obamacare, according to the August Kaiser Health Tracking Poll. A large majority...Show More Summary

78 percent of voters want Trump to make Obamacare work

5 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

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...Show More Summary

Majority Say It Was Good Obamacare Repeal Failed

The Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that 60% of the public say it is a “good thing” that the Senate did not pass the bill that would have repealed and replaced the Affordable Care Act. Key finding: 78% think President [...]

Big Majority Oppose GOP Health Care Bill

A new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that 61% of Americans continue to hold unfavorable views of the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, including 44% who say they have “very unfavorable” view.

Majority Don’t Like GOP Health Care Plan

The Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that more Americans have an unfavorable view of the GOP health care plan than a favorable one, 55% to 31%. For comparison, the Affordable Care Act has mostly favorable views, 49% to 29%.

The GOP Owns the Health Care System

A new Kaiser Health tracking poll finds that 61% of Americans believe that President Trump and Republicans in Congress are responsible for the country’s health care system, while just 31% think Democrats are responsible because they originally passed the law.

Voters overwhelmingly support Planned Parenthood, think Trumpcare will make things worse

10 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

The gold standard in health policy polling is Kaiser Family Foundation's monthly health tracking survey, and the news they have this month is not good for Paul Ryan and popular vote loser Donald Trump. Not at all. But it's great news...Show More Summary

Majority Don’t Want to Repeal Obamacare

A new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll shows 49% of Americans have a positive view of the current Affordable Care Act as compared to 44% who have a negative view. A slight majority of respondents — 51% — are opposed to [...]

New poll shows little support for scrapping Obamacare without a replacement

A new poll suggests congressional Republicans may want to tread cautiously as they plot to dismantle President Barack Obama’s signature health care law. The latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds … Click to Continue »

5 Healthcare Questions That Should (But Won't) Be Asked At The Debate

As the election draws closer, issue polls consistently rank health care affordability at or near the top of American voters’ concerns. In fact, a Kaiser Foundation Health Tracking Poll in August found that two-thirds of Americans are worried about the future of Medicare and the costs of healthcare and medicine. Shutterstock But [...]

Obamacare still not popular, but America doesn't trust Trump to fix it

The Kaiser Family Foundation has released its monthly health tracking poll, finding as it has pretty much every month of the law's existence that Obamacare is unpopular: "40 percent of Americans reporting favorable opinions of the healthcare law and 46 percent reporting unfavorable opinions." That's just baked in at this point, it seems. Show More Summary

Good News In Polls On Obamacare, Obama, And The Economy

There is some favorable news in a couple polls out yesterday. A Kaiser Health Tracking Poll shows that the number who view the Affordable Care Act favorably or unfavorably is now evenly split, with 43 percent having a favorable view and 42 percent unfavorable. This remains within the margin of error and, while still lower [...]Show More Summary

Morning Plum: Obama and the health law get some good poll numbers

The new Kaiser Family Foundation monthly tracking poll finds that Obamacare has edged ever so gingerly into positive territory: 43 percent of Americans approve of the law, while 42 percent disapprove of it. That’s the first time the law has been in positive territory since the last presidential election. More to the point, it’s the […]

Kaiser Health Tracking Poll Shows Most Support Fix For Subsidies Under Affordable Care Act

While you can never be certain as to what the Supreme Court would do, I’ve always felt that it is most likely that they would ultimately find that King v. Burwell is a frivolous case. (In other words, the most conservative justices might accept it, but John Roberts will cast the deciding vote against it [...]Show More Summary

Kaiser Family #Fail

The Kaiser Family Foundation, the entity that runs the Kaiser Health Tracking poll, has long been a prominent cheerleader for Obamacare. As a...

Misinformation still driving Obamacare poll numbers

The July Kaiser Health Tracking Poll is out, and it's an old, familiar story with the possible addition of Obamacare fatigue now driving some of that disapproval. The latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll finds that over half the public...Show More Summary

On Obamacare, opinion is locked in for a long, long time

The latest Kaiser Health Tracking Poll is out, and among other things it shows an uptick in the number of Americans who say they disapprove of the Affordable Care Act, from 45 percent in June to 53 percent in July. This is a curious finding, given all the good news we’ve had in recent months […]

Poll: Opposition to Health Law Hits a Record

Opposition to the federal health-care law hit a record 53% in the latest tracking survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

Agenda-Driven Much? CNBC's Dan Mangan, on Kaiser Poll: 'Shut Up About Obamacare!'

In a report at CNBC on Thursday, Dan Mangan covered a "Kaiser Health Tracking Poll" which appears to have been re-cooked for an administration which would love to have the press give Obamacare even less than the disproportionately low...Show More Summary

Survey: Cost, lack of knowledge, biggest barriers to Obamacare enrollment

One of the most consistent themes in the monthly health tracking poll done since the passage of the Affordable Care Act by Kaiser Family Foundation—the gold standard of polling on the law—has been the very high percentage of uninsured people who don't understand the law. Show More Summary

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