Wait, what? Obamacare hasn’t been repealed? Why didn’t someone tell us?
Nearly half of all Americans believe the health care reform law has already been repealed or aren’t sure one way or the other, a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll shows.
Fifty-two percent of Americans believe — correctly — that the law has not been repealed, the poll shows. But 22 percent think the law has been repealed, and 26 percent aren’t sure.
The results come after a month of conflicting headlines: Republicans successfully voted to repeal the law in the House; repeal failed in the Senate; some judges have struck down the law; other judges have upheld it. And House Republicans defunded part of the law in their continuing resolution — which the Senate hasn’t addressed yet.
In other news, 26 percent of Americans aren’t sure what repealed means.
(Via: Outside the Beltway)