Polls about the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) nearly always show that the law is unpopular. Despite having positive opinions about the law’s separate components, including improved coverage for kids, seniors’ meds, and pre-existing conditions, most Americans continue to cringe. Obamacare’s polling has virtually never crossed above the 50 percent approval mark.
So, the North Carolina legislature’s bold stand against any cooperation with the law, including rejecting an expansion in Medicaid coverage (with associated federal funds), might have been popular. Not so.
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