Recently, the Foundation for Government Accountability released a poll which asked ObamaCare enrollees in the 34 states that don’t have a state exchange about their experiences with the health care law.
How did they respond?
Voters don’t want to pay for more ObamaCare.
When asked, “Would you be more or less likely to support setting up statefunded ObamaCare exchanges if you knew that state taxpayers would have to pay for the cost of operating the exchanges?”, 60% responded that they were less likely to support.
Voters don’t want more ObamaCare business mandates.
When asked, “Would you be more or less likely to support setting up state funded ObamaCare exchanges if you knew that creating exchanges could cause 375,000 businesses and 86 million employees to be subject to ObamaCare’s employer mandate?”, 57% responded that they would be less likely to support setting up a state exchange.
Full poll results can be seen here and downloaded below.