Americans still have a long memory when it comes to the unloved healthcare legislation that President Obama made a priority way back when. In a new Rasmussen poll, 55 percent of the public "somewhat" favors a repeal of the law, which includes 44 percent who "strongly" think that it needs to be repealed. The "repeal Obamacare" opinion is one that the majority of Americans have had "every week but one since it was passed by Congress 17 months ago," Rasmussen confirms. Much of that support, presumably, comes from the Tea Partying base--96 percent are united in favoring a repeal of the healthcare law. Only 32 percent of the voting public thinks the law "will be good for the country."
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