A new Rasmussen poll shows that the momentum is decidedly on the side of those who want to repeal ObamaCare:
Three weeks after Congress passed its new national health care plan, support for repeal of the measure has risen four points to 58%. That includes 50% of U.S. voters who strongly favor repeal.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters nationwide finds 38% still oppose repeal, including 32% who strongly oppose it.
For the previous two weeks following passage of the controversial plan, 54% of voters have favored repeal and 42% have opposed it.
But only 38% of voters think it is even somewhat likely that the health care bill will be repealed. Fifty-one percent (51%) see repeal as unlikely,
Those figures include 11% who say it’s very likely to be repealed and 18% who say repeal is not at all likely.
Still, 52% believe the health care plan will be bad for the country. Thirty-nine percent (39%) think it will be good for the country, and one percent (1%) more say it will have no impact. These numbers have changed little since the March 21 House vote to pass the health care bill.
The longer this goes on, the worse it gets for the Democrats.