The health care polling trend spells doom for Obama and Democrats.
Why do Democrats and Barack Obama find themselves in a predicament for the upcoming 2010 and 2012 elections? One reason, among many, is that they are on the wrong side of history with Obamacare. 49% of voters say that the US health care system is good or excellent, while only 27% say that it is poor.
Forty-nine percent (49%) of voters nationwide now rate the U.S. health care system as good or excellent. That marks a steady increase from 44% at the beginning of October, 35% in May and 29% a year-and-a-half ago.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 27% now say the U.S. health care system is poor.
The trend has been that more and more Americans consider their present health care system good or excellent as more Americans than ever now oppose the government take over of healthcare … 56% now oppose Obamacare. However, the more that Americans resist Obamacare, the less Obama and Democrats listen to the people and cram it down their throats.
Presently, only 27% of voters thinks that the US health care system is poor. That is what Democrats can look forward to as their voting base in 2010.