Sarah Jean Seman

President Obama declared in April that the debate to repeal the Affordable Care Act is over. Americans, however, have a different opinion.

Forty-eight percent of likely voters want a full repeal of the law and more than half are ready to continue the fight, according to a Politico poll:


Recently it was announced that 8 million Americans have signed up for Obamacare.

President Obama declared this a major victory and encouraged Democratic candidates for

Congress to forcefully defend and be proud of the law.

The Republican leadership said that the initial enrollment numbers don’t tell the whole story and the repeal debate is not over.

Based on what you know now - do you believe that the debate on Obamacare should be over,

or not?

Debate should be over ............................ 39%

Debate should not be over ...................... 60%

Decline to answer ................................... 1%


Nearly 90 percent claimed Obamacare will be a determining factor in which candidate they vote for in the November election. I guess we’ll see who wins this argument: the President of the United States or the American people.


Sarah Jean Seman

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