by Ali Meyer • Washington Free Beacon
The vast majority of Americans want to change the Affordable Care Act regardless of whether they support the law or want it repealed, according to a poll from Gallup.
Since the election, more Americans, 53 percent, disapprove of Obamacare and 42 percent approve of it.
“Going forward, the vast majority of Americans want to see the law changed,” Gallup says. “This includes the 37% who want it repealed and replaced, along with a total of 43% of Americans who want the law kept, but with major changes.”
Only 14 percent of Americans approve of the law and want it to remain as is.
“Since Gallup began regularly tracking Americans’ overall evaluations of the ACA four years ago, approval has exceeded disapproval only once, in November 2012, shortly after President Barack Obama’s re-election,” the poll states. “Since then, disapproval has averaged 52%, while approval has averaged 42%.”