Labor Poll: Majorities of Voters Want SCOTUS to Save ACA Subsidies

Polling shows the public strongly in favor of rescuing the ACA as it is.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal speaks on the topic of 'Rebuilding American Defense' at the American Enterprise Institute October 6, 2014 in Washington, DC.

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A new poll conducted by Hart Research Associates, on behalf of the Service Employees International Union, finds that voters strongly oppose the idea of Affordable Care Act subsidies being denied to states that didn't set up their own exchanges. Eight hundred respondents were contacted in the middle of February. By a 43-36 margin, voters told the pollsters that they had an "unfavorable" view of the law. By a 10-point margin, they preferred repealing the ACA to keeping it as is; a large majority supported at least tweaking it.

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