Forty-seven percent (47%) of voters nationwide believe repeal of the recently passed health care law will be good for the economy.
From the moment it was passed, a majority of voters around the country have wanted to see the health care law repealed.
Seventy-six percent (76%) of Republicans believe repeal would be good for the economy, while 59% of Democrats believe it would be bad. Among those not affiliated with either political party, 47% believe repeal would be good for the economy, and 29% believe it would be bad.47% Say Repeal of Health Care Law Will Be Good for
While voters tend to believe repeal would help the economy overall, the repeal effort is not seen by most as a vehicle for creating jobs.
Just 28% believe repeal of the health care bill would lead to more job creation, while 39% say it would not. Another 34% are not sure.
Among those who consider themselves part of the Tea Party movement, 81% believe repeal of the health care law would be good for the economy.