When asked about the Affordable Care Act, 46 percent of respondents said they approve of the healthcare law, while 39 percent said they disapprove. Similarly, 39 percent of Floridians would like to expand Obamacare and 14 percent want to keep it as is, while 18 percent want to repeal the law and 29 percent said they would like to replace the law.
Overall, 73 percent were concerned that people would lose their health insurance if Obamacare were repealed. When asked if government should be responsible for ensuring all Americans have healthcare coverage, 64 percent said "yes" while 19 percent disagreed.
Only one of the Republican healthcare proposals, lifting the
A proposal to repeal the 3.8 percent tax on investment income, which helps fund Obamacare and affects households making more than
Respondents strongly opposed other proposals as well, including reducing federal funding to the
The online survey, which polled 500