Americans are about as warm or cold toward the “health care law” now as they were in mid-October.
Art Swift, an analyst at Gallup, posted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act opinion numbers in a summary of results from a telephone survey of 1,017 U.S. adults, ages 18 and older, conducted Tuesday and Wednesday.
Swift also included data from similar Gallup PPACA surveys conducted in mid-October this year and in mid-January in 2011.
Survey workers asked participants, “What would you like to see Congress do with the health care law?”
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Swift found that 52 percent would like to see Congress repeal the law or scale it back, and 37 percent said they would like to see Congress expand the law or keep it as is.
Eleven percent had no opinion.
The numbers are similar to the ones that came out of the two earlier surveys.