Poll: Doctors don’t like Obamacare either

Poll: Doctors don’t like Obamacare either

Most physicians didn’t like Obamacare when Congress passed the health care reform law in 2010, and they still don’t like it, according to a nationwide survey released Tuesday, the Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.

Of the 3,072 practicing physicians in all 50 states who completed the survey, conducted Nov. 8-12, 59 percent said they opposed the Affordable Care Act at the time Congress was debating and adopting the legislation, while only 26 percent supported the measure.

Amid the current wave of negative publicity surrounding the rocky rollout of the program, 61 percent of the physicians said they have a worse opinion of Obamacare now than they did back in 2010, while just 31 percent have not changed their opinion and only 8 percent said they have a better opinion of the law.

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