The Affordable Care Act hits its third anniversary at the end of this week. It has survived a Supreme Court ruling and a presidential election. None of that seems to have tamped down Republican voters' desire to see the law repealed.
A new poll from McLaughlin & Associates, conducted for the Young Guns Network, finds that 32 percent of respondents wants to see the Affordable Care Act repealed. That number stands at 59 percent among self-identified Republican voters.
Twenty-six percent of Republican voters, meanwhile, supported changing the Affordable Care Act in some way.