Weekly Standard noticed a CNN poll released last week that shows only 39% of Americans support the socialized medicine law forced on the country by Barack Obama.
And, in worse news for Obama and Mitt Romney, who passed a similar bill in Massachusetts, independent voters oppose Obamacare 60% to 35%.
If only the GOP had 5 or 10 candidates whose claim to fame wasn’t a law that provided the framework for ObamaCare. Oh, that’s right. We do.
The similarity between the two reviled laws led Tim Pawlenty to coin a new term this weekend: Obamneycare. Ouch, Mittens. That one’s gonna sting.
A recently released CNN poll shows that Americans oppose Obamacare by a margin of 17 percentage points (56 to 39 percent). Independents like Obamacare even less, opposing it by a margin of 25 points (60 to 35 percent). CNN also shows that, by a 10-point margin — 52 to 42 percent — independents do not approve of the job that Barack Obama is doing as president.