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US: Health Care (Zogby 11/4-6)


Zogby
11/4-6/09; 2,293 likely voters, 2.1% margin of error
Mode: Internet
(Zogby release)

National

Job Approval on Health Care
Pres. Obama: 39 / 59 (chart)
Republicans in Congress: 16 / 81
Democrats in Congress: 17 / 81
Sen. Snowe: 14 / 70
Sen. Lieberman: 20 / 66

 

Comments
Truthseeker:

A very strange poll. They don't want either party in Congress; the President or two Senators who are somewhat in the middle. Whose views do these voters support on health care?

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011121:

Keep in mind it's not the *same* 14-20% of americans who approve of Obama, Dems, Reps, Snowe, and Lieberman.

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Art:

Two words: Single Payer. Longer version.. At this point, no one from either side knows what is involved in the legislation, what it would cover, who would pay for it and how.
Granted that's pretty much standard for Congress but that's why opinion of both parties is so low.

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Porchnik:

Zogby internet poll. Garbage.

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NJVoter:

Everyone sucks in this poll. Maybe we should stop waisting money on useless polls.

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RaleighNC:

To me, this poll says Americans are saying, "LEAVE MY HEALTH CARE ALONE!". We don't want the government messing with it. If they government wants to try and do something for the uninsured that's a different story (although we already have that. No one is denied health care in this country).

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Xenobion:

To me, this poll says Zogby needs a new polling methodology.

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