Republicans Eye Another ACA Repeal Vote
August 6, 2018
Despite the fact that a majority of Americans oppose Trump and Republicans’ health care sabotage, Republicans are eyeing yet another Affordable Care Act repeal vote if the midterm elections go their way.
Republicans are eyeing another vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act if the midterms go their way.
Axios: “Republicans eye another ACA repeal vote if midterms go their way”
Axios: “Many Republicans assume their party will take another stab at repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act if the midterm elections go their way, even though GOP candidates aren't making a big deal about it on the campaign trail.”
A majority of voters oppose Trump and Republicans’ sabotage. It’s clear why voters trust Democrats more on health care.
Voters trust Democrats over Republicans and President Trump on health care by 13 points.
By an overwhelming 25 points, voters say they want to keep and improve on the ACA, not repeal it.
A majority of voters support a generic Democratic candidate who supports the ACA and wants to improve it over a generic Republican candidate who wants to repeal it.
Only 19 percent of voters support the Trump’s decision to join a lawsuit seeking to strike down the ACA’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions.