Across the board, independents want to keep crucial provisions of the health care law that Republicans are trying to strike down
ATLANTA — As Georgia’s Republican Senate contenders continue standing behind their reckless anti-health care lawsuit, one thing is clear: independent voters are not with them.
A new report on polling from the Kaiser Family Foundation today shows that strong majorities of independent voters — as well as Republican voters — support key provisions of the health care law that Republicans are trying to strike down before the Supreme Court.
Where do voters line up on the GOP’s preferred outcome in this case?
If the GOP’s lawsuit succeeds, nearly half a million Georgians would lose their health care coverage — but even with voters across the ideological spectrum opposed to their reckless crusade, Georgia Republicans are still standing behind this dangerous lawsuit. Senator David Perdue recently doubled-down on his support for this lawsuit late last week, while Congressman Doug Collins has repeatedly voted to gut the health care law and Senator Kelly Loeffler has pledged to stand behind Republican leadership’s agenda “100%.”