Obama Forcing His View Of Health Care On America

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 54% of voters believe passage of the proposed health care legislation will lead to higher health care costs. Just 17% believe it will achieve the stated goal of reducing the cost of care. 49% also think passage of the plan will reduce the quality of care, while only 23% believe it will improve the quality of care. These figures include just 20% who Strongly Favor the plan and 41% who are Strongly Opposed. Democrats overwhelmingly favor the plan, and Republicans are overwhelmingly opposed.

Date Favor Oppose
Mar 5-6 42% 53%
Feb 27-28 44% 52%
Feb 21-22 41% 56%
Feb 9-10 39% 58%
Jan 20-21 40% 58%
Jan 16-17 38% 56%
Jan 8-9 40% 55%
Jan 3 42% 52%
Dec 29 39% 58%
Dec 27 40% 55%
Dec 18-19 41% 55%
Dec 12-13 40% 56%
Dec 4-5 41% 51%
Nov 29 41% 53%
Nov 21-22 38% 56%
Nov 13-14 47% 49%
Nov 7-8 45% 52%
Oct 30-31 42% 54%
Oct 24-25 45% 51%
Oct 16-17 42% 54%
Oct 10-11 44% 50%
Oct 2-3 46% 50%
Sep 24-25 41% 56%
Sep 16-17 43% 56%
Sep 15-16 44% 53%
Sep 14-15 42% 55%
Sep 13-14 45% 52%
Sep 12-13 51% 46%
Sep 11-12 48% 48%
Sep 10-11 47% 49%
Sep 9-10 46% 51%
Sept 8-9 44% 53%
Aug 25-26 43% 53%
Aug 9-10 42% 53%
Jul 26-27 47% 49%
Jul 20-21 44% 53%
Jul 10-11 46% 49%
Jun 27-28 50% 45%

Seventy-six percent (76%) of those with insurance now rate their own coverage as good or excellent. The fact that most Americans are comfortable with their own insurance coverage has proven to be a major obstacle for advocates of reform. Overall, 44% of voters rate the U.S. health care system as good or excellent.

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