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There’s A Major Intensity Gap On The GOP’s New Health Bill


There’s A Major Intensity Gap On The GOP’s New Health Bill

Trump voters see the new version of AHCA as an improvement, but few others agree. The debate over 2016 continues. And pollsters called the French presidential election correctly, but missed on the margin. This is HuffPollster for Tuesday, May 9, 2017.

REPUBLICANS’ NEW HEALTH BILL IS UNPOPULAR WITH THE PUBLIC - HuffPollster: “Less than a third of the public favors the new Republican health care bill just passed by the House of Representatives, a HuffPost/YouGov survey finds. Thirty-one percent of Americans favor the American Health Care Act, which narrowly passed the Republican-controlled House last Thursday. Forty-four percent oppose the bill, which would repeal much of the current health care law. Another 25 percent are unsure. As was the case during the GOP’s failed attempt to pass the bill in March, Americans are more likely to be intensely...

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