Obamacare Remains Pretty Popular in 2019

As long as we’re on the subject of Obamacare, here’s the latest Kaiser tracking poll on its favorability rating:

Nothing much has changed. Obamacare opened up a big favorability gap around the time Republicans tried to take it away, and that gap is now hovering around ten percentage points on a pretty consistent basis. This is mostly due to more favorable responses from Democrats (80 percent favorable) and Independents (50 percent favorable). Republicans have stayed at a dismal 18 percent favorable the whole time.


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