Via Fox News:
By a 54-41 percent margin, American voters would get rid of the sweeping 2010 health care law if given the option, according to a new Fox News poll.
The poll, released Wednesday, also shows most voters — 71 percent — think the more than 15,000 pages of regulations that implement the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare, are “way over the top.” Some 19 percent say that number of pages “seems about right.”
The concern about the small mountain of health care rules is bipartisan. Even 56 percent of Democrats call the 15,000 pages of regulations “way over the top,” as do 71 percent of independents and 87 percent of Republicans.
As for the law itself, the poll asks people what they would do with it if there were an up-or-down vote today.
While a 54-percent majority would repeal the law, 41 percent would keep it in place. That’s mostly unchanged from two years ago, when 56 percent said they would cancel it and 39 percent wanted the law to remain (January 2011)
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