The Washington Times - July 25, 2013, 07:47AM

Given the choice to keep the entirety of President Obama’s health care overhaul or repealing it, 53 percent of voters say they would vote for repeal, a new poll says.

The Fox News poll also shows 30 percent of voters saying the new health care law has cost them money, compared to 8 percent who say it has saved them money. Fifty-six percent said their family’s health care costs stayed about the same.

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Forty-seven percent think the new law will cost them money over the next year, compared to 11 percent who think it will save them money and 34 percent who say their costs will stay the same.


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The numbers come as the Obama administration launches an aggressive push to implement the law and sell its more popular individual benefits, like the fact that young adults can stay on their parents’ health care plans and insurance companies cannot deny coverage from pre-existing conditions.


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The price tag for publicity, marketing and advertising for the new law will be at least $684 million, The Associated Press reported.


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In a separate CBS News poll, 36 percent of Americans say Congress should expand or keep the law and 39 percent want it repealed. Fifty-four percent disapprove of the law and 36 percent approve of it.


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