Many Americans do not believe President Barack Obama’s signature health care law is a success.
According to a new CNN/ORC International Poll, only 12 percent of Americans call Obamacare a success, compared to 39 percent that believe it is a failure. Forty-nine percent say it’s too soon to tell.
The poll found that 38 percent want the Affordable Care Act repealed. Only 12 percent want the law to stay as is, while 49 percent would like to see some changes made to Obamacare.
The poll also indicates that 51 percent of Americans believe the current problems facing Obamacare will be solved, while 47 percent do not believe that will happen.
“Your feelings about the law are influenced by your station in life,” CNN Polling Director Keating Holland said. “There is general support for the law among young people and among people who are approaching retirement age. Support for repeal is higher among people between 35 and 49 years old, and highest among senior citizens, who are roughly split on what Congress should do.”