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Sixty percent of Republicans back a block-grant Obamacare repeal proposal that would allow states the flexibility to design their own programs, according to a poll released this week.
A Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) poll released this week found that sixty percent of Republicans back a block-grant repeal of Obamacare that would block-grant Medicaid and Obamacare to the states and allow conservative states such as Kentucky and Texas to design their own programs.
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Thirty-one percent of Republicans oppose the proposal, eight percent do not know how they think, and one percent declined to say how they think about the proposal.
The survey also found that 52 percent of GOP voters said that they viewed repealing and replacing Obamacare as a “top priority.”
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Fifty-one percent of Republicans also had a “very negative” image of Medicare for All.cThe poll arises as Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), one of the Senate’s foremost experts on health care, told Breitbart News in...
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