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50 Percent of Californians Back Obamacare, 65 Percent Don't Think They'll Be Able to Afford Insurance

Californians are more supportive of President Obama'shealthcare law than the country at large, but they still worry it will raise healthcare costs and hurt the economy, a new poll of registered voters shows.

Statewide, 50% said they backed the Affordable Care Act and 42% opposed it, according to the USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll. That runs counter to national polls that show more people disapprove of Obamacare than support it.

Source: LA Times. Read full article. (link)

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  • Sevo||

    This really needs to be broken out per county.
    In the Bay Area, where the population is happy to get raped by the SEIU on a daily basis, the count is probably well above 75%.
    In areas with less a brain-damaged population, it's likely closer to the national average of 39% certifiable whackos.