After the Election, Obamacare Repeal Is Suddenly a Little Less Tempting


Back in October, when Democrats were in charge of the White House and seemed set to continue that, 32 percent of Americans said they wanted to repeal Obamacare. After the election, when Republicans had won total control of everything, that number dropped sharply to 26 percent. Here are the results of the latest Kaiser tracking poll:

Apparently, when repeal of Obamacare became a concrete reality, rather than just a rallying cry, a fair number of people started to think twice. Even among Trump voters, only half want to see the law repealed.

In any case, Democrats have a secret weapon to rescue Obamacare—one that’s hiding in plain sight. More on that later.