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Gallup: Healthcare Reform a Bigger Negative for Obama than Romney

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

 

President Obama's support for the 2010 national healthcare bill has more of a political impact than Mitt Romney's support for a healthcare bill he signed into law when he was Massachusetts governor, according to polling results released by GALLUP.

According to Gallup, 22% of registered voters say Obama's support for the national healthcare law makes them more likely to vote for him, while 36% say it makes them less likely.

If Romney wins the Republican presidential nomination, 6% say his support for the Massachusetts healthcare bill will make them more likely to vote for him next November, and 21% less likely.

A GoLocalWorcester MINDSETTER™ Bill Randell outlined why he believes Obama's Healthcare reform will increase costs in the Commonwealth.

 

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