Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon explains that 54% of Americans oppose Obamacare, and that two-thirds of states have refused to implement Obamacare’s health insurance “exchanges.”
But the main reason Obamacare is encountering obstacles is simple: the American people do not want it. Recent polls show 54 percent of Americans oppose the law, 53 percent want opponents to “continue trying to change or stop it,” and 56 percent want to return what we had before. This June will mark four solid years of public opposition. Some polls show a mere third of the public supports Obamacare. Unions that supported it are now “frustrated and angry” over its unintended consequences. One such union is calling for repeal.
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