Should the Supreme Court strike down healthcare subsidies under King v. Burwell, a majority of voters (52 percent) believe states without their own healthcare exchanges should use state and federal
There seems to be confusion among voters about the heart of the King v. Burwell case: whether a certain provision in the 2010 bill limits subsidies to state-run exchanges. The
A plurality of registered voters (46%) believe the ACA’s employer mandate should be either delayed (20%) or eliminated (26%), while 41% say it should be implemented as is. Support for
Looking ahead to the next Congress, more than four in ten registered voters believe Congress should make changes to improve the healthcare law compared to 26 percent of registered voters
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