The sense of Congress is that...

We should repeal the Obama health care reform law, and replace it with reforms to lower costs, allow people to keep the coverage they have now, and give individuals the same tax breaks businesses get to provide health care insurance. Obama's law will drive health care costs through the roof and bankrupt the country.





The minority position is that we should improve but not repeal the health care reform law, because the insurance companies will lobby to win back the right to drop people or jump their rates if they get sick or have a pre-existing condition and the right to re-impose life time limits and raise rates. We should make changes that keep costs down, but not repeal it.

We also asked independent voters this question on June 20, 2010. See the results here.

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Results calculated from Resurgent Republic survey data of self-identified independent voters, November 2-November 3, 2010, N=245, margin of error +/-6.26%