Politico reported on the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s recent report on ObamaCare. A Republican bill to repeal Obamacare would result in 32 million Americans losing health insurance and would double the price of insurance premiums within a decade, according to a new Congressional Budget Office report.
In the first year after repeal, 18 million people would lose insurance and premiums in the non-group market would spike by 20 percent to 25 percent, according to the CBO estimate.
Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal reported that a majority of Americans now want to keep Obamacare and believe it was a good idea. Only 16% believe it should be totally repealed. And half of Americans — 50 percent — say they have little to no confidence that Republican proposals to replace the law will make things better. 25% of Republicans want to keep ObamaCare
See article at NBC and Reuters also.