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Poll: 57 percent against health care lawPosted On Wed, August 4, 2010
Regardless of whether a person is Republican, Democrat or an Independent, health care reform has been a hot-button topic for many people.
Recent research shows that isn't changing, at least not now. A phone poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports found that 57 percent of respondents indicated that they felt that the new health care laws are bad for the country. Additionally, 59 percent are all for repealing the law.
The poll also found that more people think that they will have to change their health insurance coverage. Just over 50 percent of insured voters said that it's at least "somewhat likely" they will have to switch insurance providers, up from 40 percent in early June, according to the poll.
Health care reform will bring several changes to the current health insurance climate. It's estimated that 95 percent of Americans will be insured after all provisions are implemented. New changes to the system include allowing adult children to stay on their parent's plan until age 26 and imposing fines for those who don't get coverage.
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