New Poll on What Likely Voters Think of Health Care Reform

A recent AP poll has found that likely voters in the November 2nd election are evenly split on whether the health care reform law enacted earlier this year should be repealed or “tweaked”.

Among the likely voters, 36 percent said they want to see the law revised. 37 percent said they want the law to be repealed completely.

Only 15 percent said that they think the law should be left as is or expanded. People under the age 30 were the most likely to say the law should be expanded to do more.

On the other hand, older people tended to favor complete repeal. Of the seniors surveyed, 38 percent favored repeal while less than 5% thought the law should remain as is or be expanded.