Family Research Council

Obamacare: Not Popular with Americans


By Tony Perkins
September 26, 2013

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Just because some Americans don't have health insurance doesn't mean they want President Obama's. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins at Family Research Council in Washington. Obamacare isn't a popularity contest, and apparently, that's a good thing. Three years after the new health care policy was signed into law, most adults are still opposed, confused, or both. 70 percent still say they don't understand the policy, and some of them are probably the Congressmen who passed it. A record 53 percent say they disapprove of Obamacare, and we are just weeks away from its official launch. Only 31 percent of the country thinks the President's health care takeover was a good idea, and only 12 percent think it will have a positive effect on their lives. And, that's after a million dollar ad campaign. Americans may be paying for Obamacare's PR, but that doesn't mean they are buying it. To stand with the conservatives in Congress who are working to protect faith, family, and freedom, visit TonyPerkins.com.

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