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Opposition To Health Reform Falls, Majority Want To Keep It Or Expand It

By Igor Volsky  

"Opposition To Health Reform Falls, Majority Want To Keep It Or Expand It"


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A new health care tracking poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds that as the opposition to the Affordable Care Act has fallen (from 46 percent to 43 percent), a majority of Americans (53 percent) want lawmakers to expand the law or keep it, and 46 percent say they are still confused by it:

On the debt debate, Americans “see a role for reducing spending in deficit reduction,” but majorities continue to say they would not support any reductions to spending on Social Security (62 percent) or Medicare (59 percent), and almost half (48 percent) say the same about Medicaid:

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