PPP rightly sees this as an electoral killer:

61% of GOP primary voters say they wouldn't vote for someone who supported a bill at the state level mandating that people have health insurance. Only 17% say they'd definitely be willing to vote for someone who did that and 22% are unsure.

It's way more worrying than the Mormon question.

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