The more that Barack Obama and Democrats try to ram Obamacare down the throats of Americans, the more “We the People” oppose the government take of health care bill. According to the most recent Rasmussen poll, 56% of American voters are now opposed to the health care bill, while only 38% are in favor.
Americans continue to see Senators like Ben Nelson (NE-D) and Mary Landrieu (LA-D) get deals to bribe them for their vote while Democrat voting constituencies like Unions get exempt from Cadillac taxes on health care insurance plans while regular non-union people are not so lucky.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 38% of voters nationwide favor the health care reform plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats. That matches the lowest level of support yet. Fifty-six percent (56%) of voters oppose the plan.
As has been the case throughout the debate, those who feel strongly about the issue are more likely to be opposed. Just 18% of voters Strongly Favor the plan while 44% are Strongly Opposed.
Despite the wide spread opposition to the plan by Americans, Obama, Reid and Pelosi continue to push this unpopular bill through the legislative process. Most Americans do not believe the Obama-Reid-Pelosi-Care bill will do what it’s intended purpose is to lower health care costs and provide health care insurance to all.A majority of Americans also believe that they will be forced to change insurance plans and the quality of health care will diminish under Obamacare.
Just 12% believe passage of the legislation will achieve the stated goal of reducing health care costs. Sixty percent (60%) believe it will lead to higher costs. That is the most pessimistic assessment yet in dozens of tracking polls stretching back to last June.
Fifty-two percent (52%) also think passage of the legislation will lead to a decline in the quality of care.
Is it any wonder that with Obamacare being so unpopular with the American voters and the Democrats completely disregarding the “will of the people” that the Massachusetts special election Senate race finds a Republican in Scott Brown ahead in all polls in such a dark blue state?