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Opinion On ACA Continues To Tilt Negative, But Majority Disapproves Of Defunding
Public opinion on the ACA as a whole continues to tilt negative this month, with 37 percent saying they have a favorable view of the law and 42 percent expressing an unfavorable view, shares that have held relatively steady since February of this year.
Still, a majority of Americans (57 percent) say they disapprove of the idea of cutting off funding as a way to stop the law from being implemented, a finding that has been consistent in Kaiser Health Tracking Polls since January 2011. Republicans and those with an unfavorable view of the law overall are more likely to approve of attempts to defund the ACA, but even among these groups, about a third (34 percent and 33 percent, respectively) say they disapprove.
The most commonly chosen reason for opposition to defunding the ACA is that “using the budget process to stop a law is not the way our government should work,”(named as a major reason by 69 percent in this group), followed by a belief that “without funding the law will be crippled and won’t work as planned,”(56 percent) and feeling that the law will be “a good thing for the country”(49 percent). Fewer (35 percent) say their main reason for opposing defunding efforts is that they’ve “heard enough about the health care law and it’s time to move on to something else.”