Poll Finds Record-High Approval For Obamacare

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Americans’ support for the 2010 Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has increased to a record-tying high of 55% after averaging 51% from 2017 through 2019. The act was less popular when President Barack Obama was in office, averaging 44% and never reaching 50%.

The prior time support for the ACA reached 55% was in April 2017 as the Republican-led House of Representatives worked on a plan to repeal the law, which they did in May. The Senate voted against repeal, leaving the law in place.

The latest update, from a Nov. 5-19 poll, was taken as the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on the latest legal challenge to the law brought by Republican officials. The Court will issue its ruling sometime in 2021.

Read more at Gallup.



  1. This is definitely a fake poll. We know today that polls are conducted with a bias. they ask the people who have private insurance or the ones who are on medicaid, not people like me who are forced to buy obamacare. the people they ask are misinformed since they r not impacted. i pay 1,437 dollars a month (!!!) and get very low quality insurance in return- can barely find doctors.


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