Gallup Poll: Most Americans Want Health Law Repealed Or Cut Back

Gallup says there hasn't been much change over the last three years.

The Hill: Majority Want Health Law Repealed On Scaled Back
A majority of people in the United States say they want ObamaCare to be scaled back or repealed altogether. According to a Gallup poll released Friday, 20 percent support a scale-back of the law, while 32 percent back efforts to repeal it (Shabad, 12/6).

Politico: Poll: Obamacare Opposition Ticks Up
Thirty-seven percent said they want the law expanded or kept as is. According to Gallup, since they began polling on the question in January 2011, at least half of Americans have wanted the walked back or repealed in each survey (Kopan, 12/6).

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