Monday, August 02, 2010

Rasmussen: 57% Say Health Care Plan Bad For the Country, 59% Favor Repeal

Health Care Law


ambrosiajr said...

More polls show health-care reform gaining popularity

The Kaiser Family Foundation is the latest survey outlet to see positive movement on the health-care reform bill. In their May poll, 41 percent approved of the bill and 44 percent didn't. Their June poll has flipped to 48 percent approval and 41 percent disapproval. That's the fourth poll in a row to show improving numbers for the legislation: The AP and Gallup polls both flipped from plurality disapproval to plurality approval, and the NBC/WSJ poll registered a slight (2 percent, which is within the margin of error) improvement in the bill's numbers, but remained at plurality disapproval.

Polls is what polls does Art.

Doc said...

8/2/10 News flash: Kaiser family foundation Poll for health care reform.

50% favorable

35% unfavorable.

Now that people know the government didn't take over health care and won't pull the plug on Grandma, they're seeing things differently. Wise up America

TR said...

Grandma may not get umplugged but in a few years she will have to wait a lot longer for that hip replacement.
Simple economics.
Government can't afford health care at its current prices without taxing us into poverty.
So government has two ways to save money.
First way is to ration care.

second alternative is price controls. price controls cause shortages because it becomes less profitable to supply the service.
Shortages mean longer waits to get services.
Either way the end result is the same.

What part of this don't you guys get.