RALEIGH – The latest Civitas poll has found that a combined 78 percent of likely North Carolina unaffiliated voters say they want an Obamacare repeal of some kind.
The full text of the question is below.
Thinking about ObamaCare for a moment, which option is BEST when it comes to ObamaCare…
36% Repeal and replace with a market based plan that offers more choice
42% Repeal some of it, but keep some of it
16% Keep all of it as is
6% Don’t Know/Refused
Civitas President Col. Francis De Luca said, “This result, on the heels of news this week that 50,000 more North Carolina Blue Cross customers will lose their plans as a result of skyrocketing costs, gives a greater sense of urgency for Congress and the president to do what’s best for the American people and repeal the so-called ‘Affordable Care Act.'”
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This poll surveyed 400 registered, likely, unaffiliated voters (30% on cell phones) with a margin of error of +/- 4.90%. This survey was taken August 7-8, 2017.
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